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Nr F n r I re wALjf o i if ftqrnblicaniIFine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF blllO COUNTY Subscription I per Year aVOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1907 Not 50 DAUGHTER TELLS t STORY OF RUIN H Lecherous Fiend Gave Her Drink Then Ruined Her To Save Father From Death on the Scaffold She Relates Tale of Shame Houston Va Juno 25 Between stifling sobs with tears streaming from her bright blue eyes and while striving to hold back the huge lump in her throat Miss Elizabeth Loving who has occupied the center op the stage in the trial of her fatherJudge a William G Loving for tho murder of Theodore Estes told on the witness stand hero today her story of herS l alleged ruin by the young manwhom her parent shot down The recital was probably tho most dramatic ever heard in a Virginia I court of Justice and rivaled tho story by Evelyn Nesbit Thaw of her ruin by Stanford White It was the same story she said she told to her father on the morning of tho tragedy and which culminated in his hunting down and slaying the leak whom she charges with perpetrating the deed Estes she said had giveji her a drink of whisky from a flask he had in his pocket while they were out ifbuggy riding on the afternoon prior killing After taking tho drink she declared that sho Immediately be gan to feel dizzy and her head spln ned around as if she had been given some powerful drug In this con dition and despite her protests she declared that her escort drove her over an unfrequented road and despite I her screams outraged her Exhausted by the struggle and her mental faculties rendered incapable from the stimulant the witness de clared that she recalled nothing morel until she regained her senses while In bed late that night at the home of County Clerk S L Kidd where she had been visiting Miss Kidd She tstified that on the following morning when her father asked her for the cause of her being brought to tho homo of Mr Kidd in an unconscious and drugged condition she re lated to him on bended knees tho same statement she made today- It was this recital declared tho de fense which so affected the mind of Judge Loving that it impelled him to commit a crime which according to his statement could have been pre vented by no power except God Al mighty Whether the story told by the twen tyyearold girl today can be torn to pieces and disproved by the prosecu tion remains to be seen and on the disproving of this story hangs the fate of the defendant They claim that it can be shown that the out rage laid at the door of the man whose lips are sealed forever was im possible The rebuttal evidence by the prosecution will be probably the most Important feature of the case Miss Loving admitted that she had Zk taken two drinks with young Estes during tho drive tho first one being while at Estes store She was asked about other occasions when it is charged that sho drank whiskybut tho prosecution objected on the ground that It had no bearing on thccasc Not so When he Was Here There isa falling off in the school census in Ohio county from hist years report There must bo something wrong In that neck of tho woods When tho writer taught school there 40 years ago and hoarded around e he often slept in a trundle bed with half a dozen kids and the man thatj sent less than seven to school was considered no good Central City Republican I Light Company Reorganized For somo months past there has been n general complaint concerning the service given by the Electric Light Company and this complaint culminated In the action of the city council refusing to contract for street lights The fact seems to be that tho local Is not sufficiently equipped to I11plant tho volume of business a meeting held here Wednesday Mr J D Cooper of Fordsvllle and Mr Pope McAdanis of HawosvlUe sold and transferred tho control and major portion of the stock to local business men of Hartford and the company I was reorganized by electing a new board ot directors headed by M L Heavrin as President t L r a 1 A GLIMPSE OF THE RECENT REPUBLICAN CONVENTION WHICH NOMINATED THE NEXT STATE OFFICIALS I EXGOVERNOR W O BRADLEY wn JUDGE W H HOLT Extensive repairs and improvements were voted and an expert electrician engaged to overhaul the entire plant A large amount of money will bo spent in buying new engine trans formers Sc and it is the intention of the new management to make the plant give permanent and first class HcrvlceIThis is as it should bo and the citizens of the town will welcome a lighting plan is keeping with the needs of the city and when assured that the repairs will be made tho UIiJmoruThe gentlemen who have Invested and arg investing in this enterprise exemplify their faith in Hartford and merit public support In their efforts to furnish satisfactory service NIGHT RIDERS VISIT OHIO COUNTY Destroy J L Hoovers Plants and Take all of Louis Trog dens Large Enough to Set The night riders have invaded Ohio county and two farmers have suffered loss at their hands They visited the plant beds of J L Hoover in the Clear Run neighbor hood and stripped them of every plant inthemSomebody also visited the tobacco beds of Louis Trogden in tho same neighborhood fn this instance tho night visitor rode in a wagon and he stropped the bed of all plants largo enough to transplant and left the smaller plants to grow larger and if another tobacco plant thief does not visit Mr Trogdens beds ho may yet have plants to put out a small crop Tho visitors to Mr Hoovers beds do not want him to raise any tobacco at all consequently they destroyed his beds but tho visitor to Mr Trogdens beds is willing for Mr Trogden to raise a crop If he can only got ahead of the night riders in transplanting his plants From later reports it is thought that all these plants were taken by parties who wanted them for setting purposes which of course is wrong but not so much so as simply destroying them for spite or to prevent tho owners from raising the weed Reports may also be exag eatedI Murderer Snored was Captured Mayfield Ky June 25 Without apparent provocation Ed Williams shot and killed Roger Dawson at a picnic near here after which he escaped An hour later the officers cn the trail found him asleep in a fence cor nerHad not the murderer snored offi cers say they would have overlooked him TOBACCO BEDS SUFFERING IN DAV1ESS COUNTY Plants Belonging to Poolers and Eqnlty Men are Destroyed I by Night Riders iThe night riders have been at 1 I In Daviess county says the Owens boro Inquirer Tho plant beds of Will Glenn a young farmer living about three mills front the city on destroyedItained plants enough to plant five or six acres and all of them were to tally destroyed Mr Glenn discovered the loss tf his plants Sunday morning although the act of vandalism was apparently 0111hursdIlYseen Ho has absolutely jo clew ns to th identity of the person who destroyed his property He expects however to make the most thorough investiga tion possible and if ho can establish tho identity of the person who destroyed his property he will prose cute them to the extent of the law Mr Gluun Is a prominent young farmer and so far as he knows IKH not a single enemy He is not a member of the tobacco growers orgunlza tlonbut it is stated that lie has heretofore pooled his tobacco with the A S of E Ho will raise a fair crop of tobacco this year in spite of the destruction of last week Ho had previously planted several acres but was depending on the bed that was destroyed for plants to set that portion of tho ground which could not be gotten in the condition for early plan lug Tho only other beds reporter tn having been destroyed in Daviess count were those of Mike and Paul Schrom The plants were killed by the burning of the canvass over thembut it is now believed that the canvass was set on firo by sparks from a locomotive the beds being a few yards from time rail road track FOR THE BUSY READER- J I Warren Shelby a greatgreat grandson of tho first Governor of Kentucky ended his life in a small town in Louisiana by swallowing carbolic acid His home was in Danville I President Roosevelt has appointed Michael E Bannln a business man of Now York Citya member of the Board of Indian Commissioners to succeed Dr Maurice Egan a The President has forwarded to Charles Arms of Clarksvllle Tenn a medal for saving the lives of three men in a wreck at that place in Sep imbir 1 JOG To Epworlh League of tho Lou t villf Conference is in session at Clover port with tho largest number of dele gaiy that hits ever been In attendance at an annual meeting I I Extensive tests In road making wlll bo conducted by the Government in i and around Howling Green during the I summer all sorts of immaterial beng used The tests will bo used us guids for the work In all parts of the coun trrIt f According to tine views of Judge H M Garwood a prominent Texas law yer the Souh views the candidacy of William J Bryan with coldness iviul indifference 111Ieol In his section of the country think it ridicu bus that ho Nebraskan should btdoomed a Democrat 5 i t Politicians at Washington are spec tInting as to what will be dune with I xie serious charges which have been pending for sonic time agauist Hurry i 111 Meyers Register of tine Laud Of tice at Little Rock Ark und Assistant United States Attorney Hratton of tho same State 11 t The Kentucky Baptist Ministers As sociation which m t1n MayHcld was largely attended At the meeting thereof the Kentucky Baptist Educational ilulllnsIPaducah has offered to permit the Womans1 Club and High School Alumni Association to name tho ten candi dates for school Trustees to be elect ed next fall without regard to the party affiliations of the candidates 5 It Is announced in Paris that the French Ambassador at Washington M Jusserand will return to France shortly and submit to tho Foreign Office tho propositions of the United 11lgotlnI a new commercial agreement 5 Tho test of whether or not the State can issue a saloon license in a prohi bition district where the city license still runs after the States authority I to sell has expired was tested at Bow Hug Green and determined by time i County Clerk issuing the license The I County Judge is expected to hand down a written opinion Notice to Call Meeting There will be a call meeting of the Industrial Cooperative Association at the McHenry school house June 29th 1907 Meeting called promptly at 9 oclock a m The purpose of said meeting Is the subscription of stock and elections of office Given under my hand this June 17 1907 CHAS K MULLIKIN Secy DASTARDLY DEED COM MITTED NEAR STANLEY Mrs Ed Fenwick Victim of Crim inal Assault By Unknown White Man Sureiuning for assistance and fighting with all the power In her body Mns Ed Fenwsek u widow thirty years of ago was attacked at her home near Stanley shortly after noon yesterday and criminally as saulted by an unknown white man Mrs Femvlck was dragged Into a stable and when she recovered consciousness an hour afterwards her assailant wtinm she had never seen before had fled Sre was able to get to the house and told the mem hurt of Norris fancily with whom sho resides of what had occurred Great excitement was caused in the Stanley neighborhood by the das tardly deed Every section fn thus end of tho county was notified of tlaffair An effort was made to gv bloodhounds but at a late hour hasl night none had been secured Dr And was summoned to Mrs Fenwiuks bedside Mrs Fenwick stated that sire had gone to the Wn for a bucket of water A man sad denly dasedh from the stable which was nearby and grabbed her and put his hand over herr mouth aid dragged her through the door She declares that she had never seen he man beforebut would recognize him if she should SEt him again Mrs Fonwlck is a well known wom an of the Stanley neighborhood Her husband hiss been dead for soy oral years Tuesdays Owensboro Messenger Among The Lodges The Maccabees had one candidate for Initiation last night and n good attendance t Time time for tho Masonic banquet has been changed from Saturday night July 6 to Monday night July Sh Tho various committees should gee down to work at once We hope to be able to give the entire program In our next Issue t t The following Chiefs wore elected at the regular meeting of Ohio Tribe of Red Men Prophet R L Twed dell Sachem Soth Moseley Senior Sagamore R E Duke Junior Saga more Sam Riley Chief of Records J Ney Foster Keeper of Wampum John Wesley Taylor S A Bratch er has the honor of being Past Sa chem The degree team will be ready for work at the nxet meeting- sV The K P boys got busy last Mon day night at a call meeliig and con io erred the Pago Rank on three candi dates At the regular meeting rues day night two applicants were elected to receive the ranks Knight Rosco Render was elected Keeper of Records and Seal to fill out the unexpired term of Knight C M Crowe resigned Next Tuesday night the new officers will be installed and there Is work pressing In nIl three ranks Lot every member be present Nothing will so encourage your new officers as good attendance We know the weath er is warm and the mall uncomforta blebut there Is work to do No lodge ever had a finer array of new mom hers knocking at its door Lot us bo there to greet them and show them the reality In PythJanlsm Card of Thanks We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our friends who so kindly remembered us during the fatal ill ness of our little daughter Dona Louise and we sincerely pray that Gods richest bhssings may rest oil them all Mr M A HlDSOX MRS M1r HPDSON Taylor MTI Ky CALL US UP J1 1 MHENEVERyou want any W thing torn store That is exactly what the telephone is for We have so thorough a system and our clerks are so thoroughly trained that we fill every telephone order with as muchexpedition and care as though you stood on the other side of the counter We give personal atten tion to telephone orders from phy sicians Have your doctor phone in your prescription and test our serviceHave you tried our Symondt Inn Coffee 7 Telephone for a pack age at once 40 cents James H Williams The Store- Y J i r t r- v r 4 Platform of Republican Party 1907 The platform of the Republican partyadopted In convention nt Ixuisylllo June 19 1907 Is as fonowaIr We approve tilt policies and commend the ability integrity and cour pof Presldunt Roosevelt and his administration and without expressing g a preference for any candidate frtvor the selection by the1 next nationa- xmsention for president of one in full accord with thpfw policies and who ntttt energetically carry tnem out In the interests of all the people o t 3ecnnd We demand that all elections shall be honestly conducted and reface that the cause of good government and the future happiness and vcnftare of the people of Kemucky are inseparably bound upln the sup WTiilqn of all abuses anti crimes against an honest ballot that have BO unfortunately disgraced our State under Democratic rule depriving the i roplQ of their rigutful heritage representative government Te law for registration certificates imposed on the Slate by the Dem otcat pnrty for immoral political purposes whereby votes in Kentucky h te become negotiable instruments passing by delivery ought to be Je a led Jirdrle judiciary of the State In both the Circuit and Appellate Courts si mid be cuoa n on nonpartisan glvundsuml Uie continuance in office a A faithful judicial public servants should be determined by no other ciiul Jcations than flmess fourth There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of iiouey for political campaigns and a law should be passed providing for an- a onnttng by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money xUected for political purposes 1jfih We demand the redistricting of Kentucky in Legislative Senate t Congressional and Judicial districts which shall give equal repreenia tt u and equal voIng power to every citizen of evory district in confor tnt with the plain requirements of the Constitution and not as at pres vnt In flagrant violation thereaf Sixth There should be prompt efficient enforcement of the criminal luws n arty kind and at 11 Hnu but esiMKflly at this time do we call for tlje riiiJd enforcement of the IPW egainst those forums of crimes which tine rtcent aduilnirx u of justice in many communities have gone prate tically unpunished Election tLiev s gamblers pool room operators and ctL rswho commit crimes in Uie interest of those controlling the local add jntcistration of iORl dour cities and aunties should be punished 1 the Unles should lie so selected as to prevent the packing of juries for tilt nmrpos of securing verdicts in accordance with the wishes of those JuMhow hands the selection of the jurfcs s placed or under whose control aiUhdUrcion they art aehcte- dStamthWe demand that the books vouchers md accounts of all mun lcipat3B lit public ffittri and public ntituMous supported by the Snte totiotifi or tlikS pnd of all corpora Dona in which a city or S ate owns Ute majority interest irher directly w through subordinate corporations tiii tuft or commission 1all be upon to inspection and investigation b3 any ciiizen and wall be regularly audited und the icsuls published By au independent accountant who shall not be eligibly to reexamine suchY iJuoku vouchers or accounts Twice iu succession EIgJ1thWe demand a reform In the management of our public eleemosy meand penal InsUuUona to tie end that they shall bo opporalcd by bl nttibmir beards upon proper business principles and their inmates treated huinanely Ninth We favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform Iccfil op ton law with taw ccuny as the governing uni- tTenthWe demand that tits public schools of the State shall be taken 8od kept entirely out of pliticB fend tat the interests and welfare of the children shall have first consideration in all public matters We sill for Drtrr schix and 111 ounen for longer school terms In tide country und br ur prey fcr ac aclurs and that elect us for School Trustees IK hud on dl ffvrtnt df ys fr m j her elections Elfveuth We favor amendments b Silt lutes permitting find encourag lug joint uomnatlons of the same candidate by the different JllrtlpsITwelthWe condemn the law pushed for immoral political purposes ere etfag the Racing Cummihsion in Kentucky find demand its repeal i ThirAentbWo condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large number of olmoxiouB tax law and all creation of useless offices as the reward of imrtinan s rvict And w prouisr if given power to reiett all such lfws and reduce the taxes to the lowest possible rate consist tat with an efficient ftdmintarJon of the State government CONCLUSION For yetrs peat the legislation enacted by the Democratic party mid lie taed by certain of is Itaders hau not betn for the benefit of the citizen but for the officer holdo The etef Him of such legislation has been ttie continued holding of office fad hit creaMon of now offices to be trnd ed In as rewards for pury 11011IThe citizen is at last rIlzing as nev r befoo that the udminlstraion of juiblic affairs is a busiii sB tbi t cjms clone homo to him that such busltieesb mast be houtBily and efficiently conducted and that hit ballot sir mid not be cast HS a mutter of s nlment buifur that candidate or party which shows tie biglust capacity for properly conducting the affairs of tie State on sate business pnncipJS We ask the support cf nil patriotic citizens regardless of their party failutons for viie Slnto ticket w Kced by this convention anti for the pplictPK tied princpUs lKve stated bcll ving that it will insure better days for JtulklIE KING OF ALL CATFISH iiiown to Fishermen and Steam boat Pilots and Goes by Name of Old Joe t Should you call the tune Old Joe anywhere along the Cumberland river above CcliiiH Teim your hearers will sf owe Income attentive rnd usual ly tht iiuory Have you sean him or Who saw him last will grft- yJur remark Old Joe IB au imniemw cptfis eight or nluo fet lorg and it Is Bought will weigh snort than twof i hundred pounds He was first seen bout Weuty y ars ago iu Use Cum bLand river while Marrowbone errek empties Into that classic stream lit Cumberland county Since that tmo hardly a we jk passes during the ffshliiK tlofil OIl that ssme one does nr See this hug fish mid always near where lie WI s first seen The tiuihettl point that hfis over been Known to roam was a toile Molly plans to capture or kill Old Jic have miscarried and from the Way ho bas eluded 1he various traps1 and snares set for him w must be ivfco as well as large FIshermen- aa xlrlIs to possess Old Joes scalp pt lave cnmpid on tbu rivcr for weeks osmainlng all day waiting for a thke and after becoming worn out would Dave In disgust only IT learn from someone that Old Joe had been 4 aeon the day he broke camp floating near the surface of the water evidently enjoying a sun bath r After Old Joes habitation was established steamboat men becan to ilr r e lok fjr him and there are very fpwr llls on t he upper Cumberland ual isovo not seen Old Jo+ If at aI in a pilot spoke of sexing a leg n Ming in tint locality he was promptly ild thin It was Old J J It ceUI a wi11known pilot of to CmnblllundI aver had a good look Iti ho Ktm rf tho upper Cumberland and fnI j peaking of his observation says I Some time since 1 had the pleasure InIVietIift II cjuld see him clearly Noticing r nk iu the water J though it waIIJr largo sung 1 nad goton un thoI silo of my wheel 5n order to- HCtJ around what I ihouglii to be ltsnag when I saw what it was I willed to tho clerk through he trum peg to got his gun and get that b- efKh I wu getting close on him when it clerk appeared with his gun and he could oly see the waves that tho King of the Cumberland made o bIllshabitation is in the neighborhood I the mouth of Marrowbone creek Thi fish I suppose would weigh over tw I hundred pounds His tail seemed t j be larger than a plum leaf fan I As Old Joe has been n familiar r figure for twenty or thirty years is hard even to surmise how old h- Is but rivermen aro of the oplnio that ho must be more than fifty yea oldry CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Thi Kind Yoo Haw Always Boiir6 Bears the X5 sT m Jttiro of V HOW THEY MAKE tCOUNTERFEIT COINS Fxpert Opinion on the Making of Spurious United States Currency i Various metals arc used byicjlntor fetters principally platinum sllvor copper brass antimony fllumluum zinc type metal lead sail tllt tjimu amorous compositions i Among the most dungerous uniM felts of gold cyln are those oflfacant position of gold silver and Vodjppi1 They are a lowgrade gold find l1 acid test shows they lack thethiensaI of standard gold used by the Uniud 21lIIcpratsfrom 400 to 800 fine Platinum con M terfeits are dangerous as the tusltilu ed gives required weight and tli 5H heavily gold plated Wnen theY ht1been in circulation for a tlmo tplat ing wears off especially on the edge The most dangerous counterfeit nf sliver coin is made of a composition of antimony and load the former titaf i stfof the dollar JRVO a fine appearance raru heavily silver jilatedwith fair ring some are slightly below the staj lrdi weight I SumE pieces among the smaller coins are made of brass struck from n and when heavily plated rare fair 11I rations They lack the required w except lu a few Instancts Couuterf of type metnlIead nnd other comps t lions one much lighter than geiiul those having required weight tiAmur too thick j Genuine coins of all kinds for sake of gm ain are tampered wfh 1I various ways These operatloiiH arc ct fined almost exclusively o gold ciiin which are sweated plugged and filled l Sweating is removing a portion IIiI the gold from the surfnc of the The process does no interfere ih i the ring and as portim removed s I generally slight the cults is left wi i a very full specs ramce wefgtit only j being defective Thj principal mfiii fIIngfinding a profit in the snail qultI ljs of gold nmnvfd from pieces TIe average 3ductioa in It11 lue of coins subjected 10 taxed peer ceests is from onovweniifth to one truth f Plugging is don by boring holes u tho coin oxrfcving tio gold KiidLfill ing curtly with n ciiepptr mmAMiI atncIeagles 20 und 10 pltets nt used for this purpose Holes rr butted in o the coin front the edgy jr reading the gold extracted mid air caviy fill aledface of the plugging mttlirinl Whet u shows on the cdg of the cilia is coveted with geld and rending re touched with a file or auto int The average loss in value o guts treat od in this way Is form omKgiith to onesixth Coins of this kind are very dangerous as they urn p rice in appearance the edges only hav lag been tumprred with Filling is most ccnunonly dupe by sawing the coin through from Uie of reaping removing hi in tarter portion and replacing it with cheap metal Coin of all lemma nations fpim quarter tiigle to double peacesysd extracted ihe coin tins souls weight as genuine By this process coon fourlifiis of their value as the pago- WhenVtlges have boon covnd with a gold and reading n sterol tIle cult has the appearance of being genuine hav ing correct size und weignt und a fair ring Sonulinis tQM covering of gold on edges fs so thin that filling can bo distinctly seen Win 11 other and less costly filling titan pin i mini is used leasy a too thick Another method of filling is sawing coin partly in wo from fdge of reading on onu side leaving a thin and thick portion The thin side of gelgd con Il or t rI portion The cavity Is filled twit base metal and sides pressing back Into original portion and snldr4dur razed together It is difflcuU to give average less to coins rented in ieQtan taltuoFor detecting counterfeit coin com pare Impress size weight ring and cfoitn same coinage The tests of weight diameter and thJck araI counterfeit iO comply with these throe tests with out using genuine jnetal Counterfeit Detector Strike Down Kentucky Foe first step toward putting l en tlucky In the Republican column in 190S2lnd at subsequent Presidential elections is t6 carry the State Inil907 problems tolerable Tre redemption t A No mixture of Issues no contusion of of Kentucky candotbe accomplished till we have a Rcbublican Governors In 1896 for the first and only time a Republican candidate for President carried the electoral vote of the Stele Tnla achievement worn impossible without the State victory of 1S95 No victory my we look for in 190S unless we shall have laid UK necessary foundation for a State vic tory fin 1907 The clamorors for a division of this party strength anti purpose needed for tmt portant elections in all hue history No easy task devolving on the Re publicans of Kentucky to dislodge the corrupt element in powor It Frankfort the Democratic ticket Is not weak from the partisan but very objectionable from the civic stand point There are on thil ticket poll ticians able experienced and resouico ful Many have strong family con fnNITho Republican victory of 1907 will not by Democratic weak strenbihorSd laid energized thoroughly 13 v cry proposition every suggestion pro vocativo of division or promotivo of resultselkinds of politics to deal out to the common foe Unity resolution and organization shal lHI ginning have nil these essentials to triumph In native operatioiir Not n day to be lea The ncmy IB strong ly entnmcLed No quarter will btu given none does he ask Smite him- hip trod thigh Drive him from Ills nwn earthworks tutu the gloom of defeat and the impotonce of dethroii ttmnTuisvlll Herald RAT BITES CHILD WHILEi ASLEEP ON FLOOR Blood Showed From Toe of Tbree YearOld Child of DrICarter i IThu thrt 5yoartld child of Dr mind tilts Carter of Maxwell while uleep lug on thu floor ut the home was bitten by u rat and the injury IB a serious one lilood poison is feared by the parents The child was plac ed oil u bed on the floor Friday night on account of the hot weather and shortly niter midnight tho little fellow bcgiu to scream Dr Carter 1was uwjkentd and went at once to the childo find it covered in blood Tie rut had bitten tho big toe severely and blood was pouring from the place Thn wound was dressed and though te child Tested fairly well Saturday it was In until pall Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Wluterton N Y had a very remarkable experience- he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health Ono bottle did me more good than all the five prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by all druggists 50c m I 5This Years Lynching According to the Chicago Record Heraldup to two years ago the lynch + Joqll pwoquinu u nos oqj uj sSuj year and there had been a tint before Unit when they numbered 200 or morn a year Tho peculiar atrocity of somo of these crimes In 1903 and 1904 together with the fact that tho custom was showing signs of spread Ing across the border into the north our states traduced an outbreak of public opinion both in the north and iu the south which had the effect o reducing lynching in 1905 and 190 by about onethird Apparently the rate of the last two years is to be maintained this year Tho RecordHeralds statistics for the poet five months and a halt shot- wentythree lyuchings as twentyeight Ina similar period of the preceding yenta The summer months are usually the lynching mouths of the year and tho slight gain this year is not sufficient to warrant any strong hope tar an improved showing when the record for the twelve months is made up An examination of the cases this year and last shows however that there have been fewer lynchings for older crimes than assaults on wornqn thetrivlalbeen used to so great ah extent It is true that two negro women were lynched in March because of an assault on a white woman and that one bettor late a white man on the street Worse than these cases oven was the brutal killing of a negro mon Mil his wile in Claxton Ga last non when the woman was told she cool 1 I IiThe NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue name OilCookStove 1 I The different Oil Stove The improved Oil Stove Gives best results Reduces fuel ex i nettse Aworkins I flame at the touch of the match Blue Flame means the hottest flame produced by any stove The New Perfection I will make your work lighter Will not overtheat the kitchen Made in three sizes withjone two and three burners Every stove war ranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agencyIThe O Lamp gives a clear steady light Fitted with latest improved burner Made of brass I throughout and beautifully nickeled Every lamp warranted Suitableforlibrary diningroom parlor or bedroom If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated I 1BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAilURES Iiiflrtnenlwassportsmen That crime excited I Georgia more than my otr n par j reIsaltis that plain hangings have been tH rule and that there haw boon fewer of the accompanying cas s of tor ture than before It is probably also that tlio custom Is ivtreatng to re mote rural districts where common sense and intelligence on tie sub ject are slow in penetrating Cer tainly if there is no great ivason for satisfaction in th stalls fcs of this year there is in them nothing to cause discouragement CASTORADn theih9 Kind You Have Always Bowl Signature Yfof jL Foods Eaten With the Fingers Never at any time bite off mouth fuls of broad from a liege place nor cut It up break it as needed n plc s the size of a mouthful and so transfer with tho fingers to vho uaaum h Crackers art mien in the sfme way Celery radishes olives salted nuts crystalized traits bonbons all raw fruit save berries melons and grape fruit artichokes and corn on cub are finger fuels so to speak Cake 1lHeadare quartered the quarters peeled then cut In mouthfuls and these bits transferred with tho fin gers to the lips Apples pens and PlumsG en one by one and when the pits are ejected they are dropped from limo lips directly Into the half closed IJandleaftlifted to tho mouth The heart Is cut and eaten with a fork Chese Is cut in bites placed on mor sols of bread or biscuit and lifted in the fingers to the lillItOranges like t1aro11treatmentensllydrawn = tlsuItableD bytto yChickennever under any circumstances be taken up In the fingers Whosoever is so unskillful as to taU to cut the lar gel part of the meat from chop and theirInadeptnessof gAsparagus stalkd in small cities and towns because 1 There is not a sufficient population to support GOOD school 2 Such schools are usually conducted by persons who are NOT qualified or who make It a practice to travel about and defraud their patrons 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment in suchloealltlts 4 The THOROUGH business oollesres arelocatedin thelarcer cities and aro conducted ti by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges in small cities ortowns can not secure employ competition notimeTherefor h wi nrl fnrlh Rnc RR MAGAZINE L READERS T SUNSET MAGAZINE Cjreoandall the Far Wet a year CAMERA devoted tittic CRAilIwork of ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS a book of 75 pages containing oy5picturesqueand 0reIQQ Total 325 All for e 150Address all order to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood Iludldaq San Francisco d I WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL a HARTf- ONt REPUBLICANc4 4 J BotH One Year 1 FOR ONLt150The Presidential election is ap changedThat beenThesupport the ticket And there you have it 1i 1 combination theweekly year sight of lengths of this vegeta idripping with sauce and moisted drop into the open mouth is not Inilwith decent behavior at modern dining table Iiiirj rHeres GOOd Advice bestknown T jy1fwoudruggists I 10 f h x r 1 r l S s r w- l1 t BLUE EYES A AND BROWN Many People Rely on Them to Determinelempermen- tij I YbiCh arc the Truthful and Hon j est and Which the Crul and I Treacherous I Northerners have an Invincible tendency to assign virtue or goodness to the fair complexion wickedness or ti falsehood to the dark If one could1 rely upon tho test of novels it mIght be argued that this prejudice is weaken lngfor tho villain whether male or female is sometimes blond nowadays and the heroine brunette One might almost vfuture to say that it wns nay er so formerly Perhaps there Is no sound reason for thinking that tho blueeyed are thankful honest and lov lngIn the sense of affection and con stancy rather than the brown r But the striking reports on the association of complexion and disease in hospitals which Dr Beddoes suggested long ago and Dr Shrub all foremost 1among many now is carrying outhnv bearing on the point says the Pall Mall Gazette They prove that dark hair and eyes aro supplanting the light in this countrya fact which all thoughtful persons have observed But also they demonstrate the reason which is shortly that the blonde are constitutionally unfitted to endure the conditions of town life and actually y perish in the foul atmosphere and the barbarism of the shows Adults enter the hospitals in proportions far too great and children die They must havo fresh air wholesome exercise and de cent surroundings to keep in health But these are the conditions of rus tic life which as universal experience in all ages preserves if it does not generate such virtues as simplicity u truthfulness and honesty which town T life favored by the dark corrupts Upon the other hand the brown eyed people assert that the fair are treacherous and cruel This is a com mon belief in Italy where it might be traced to a popular reminiscence of the blonde northerners who ravaged that hapless country from generation to generation But it is much older Plutarch cities a contemporary epigram passed upon Cato the Censor who was redhaired and grayeyed which shows that it was current even then And it is an article of faith all through the east Sir Edward Mulct tells in his bi ography how he once called at Alex undrettaand the population assembler believing him to be the new governor of Cyprus To his dragoman he ex pressed a hope that they were favorably impressed by his appearance at any rate but the dragoman honestly replied that it was not Sofl blue eyed governor they thought must be harsh and cruel And he added that the feeling is general all through the Levant But the famous code of Menu an orthodox Hindoo is flatly forbid den to marry a woman with gray eyes or red hair perhaps for this reason though none is assigned In all cases it may be that a tradition of ruthless invaders from tho north has caused the prejudice since many Afghans 4 tIInd many Persians of the wilder 1 tribes are fair not to mention the British in modern times But that is an assumption Wo are using tho term blueeyed inn conventional sense As a matter of fact that color is the rarest by far of all Some assert indeed that It dogs c1 not exist and many doublets htive 4never seen It Perhaps tho rarity of blue is not to be regretted unless by f enthusiasts who set beauty above char ity and humanity For all animals which have blue eyes are more or less hard of hearing This is generally known in the case of cats and it is equally true of horses and wild crea tures It is an instance of corelation us Darwin termed the mysterious law and one would expect to find It apply to human beings as Is alleged Also we must admit that blue or green or gray eyes have a narrower range of expression than dark Perhaps indeed fair do not respond so quickly to t cthe impulse of the moment of more sedate or color temperment they can not meet a word or a theaght half way and flesh back the answer in stantly At any rate btown eyes which we call black have nn advant age In power of expression- It used to be taken for granted that savages possess a wider range of eye Y W sight and keener observation than civ ilized men Common sense favored the belief and a report published by the JPsurgeon of the Western ophthalmic some years ago gave an alarm Ihospital of the State of things among school children But persons 11 e7who speak with authority have cant tradicted the popular notion of late especially Messrs Spencer and Glllen in their great work on the Engelma- nr course these witnesses may have r a funusual powers of vision but their remarks show at least that the European may be equal in this respect t SNv COMMON SENSE I Leads most intelligent people to use m Ines of nown composition 0011I tore It Isjthafl Dr Pierces medicines tnakera p w Ich print every InsredlthoIentering o hem upon tho bottle pers and attest Its correctness under aro dally growing in favor The com position of D Pierces medicines is open to everybody r Pierce I desirous of having polvest a ion turned fully upon his formulae n con en t at m er the cppi s Lion- es mf cines s nown t 0 morn l p t ur v t r ts o flue Being wholly mate of the actlvo tneoTcInal principles extracted from native forest roots by exact processes original with Dr Pierce and without tho use of u drop of alcohol triplerefined and chemically puro glycerine being used In stead In extracting and preserving the curative virtues residing In tho roots entirelyfreeby creating an appetite for either al formingdrugs I byDrGolden Medical Discovery tho great bloodpurlflcr stomach tonic and bowel regulatortho medicine which while not recommended to euro consumption In Its advanced stages no medicine will do that yet docs cure all those catarrhal condi tions of head and throat weak stomach torpid liver and broncll 1 troubles weak lungs and hangoncot t which f neg andfinallyTake tho Golden Medical Discovery In time and It Is not likely to disappoint andJnirwont do supernatural things You must exercise your patience and persevere in Its getItsDr Pierces medicines aro composed have the unqualified endorsement of scores of medical leaders better than any amount testimonialsTheymented with but aro sold all dealers in medicines at reasonable prices j for Australian savages who are fa mous for their eyesight and that ex ceptional capacity among then is by no menus universal When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to takepleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by all drug gists m r 85POUND CAT FISHJN SAWLOG Narrowly Escaped Being Cut In to Two by Fours at an Evansville Sawmill i It was a cruel fate that a fat eigh tyfive pound yallcr cat fish narrowly missed at Helfrichs sawmill at Evansville last week Had not Steve Brown a sawyer heard dull sounds like the flopping of a fish tail as a hollow fourteen foot elm log uup proached the buzzing circular saw the big fish would have been cut into fish steaks of the usual two by four Wad two by six dimensions Steve lot his eyes aid his ears and peering Into the muddy hole at the hollow end of the log saw the candid apponduge of a fish of unknown length and weight After a little work with the ax the fish was pulled out by turn men l When measured the length of the fish was found to bo five feet and eight inches from the tip of tail to the huge mouthThe log from which the fish WitS taken also contained several hundred billions of fish eggs a dishpan of then being collected The log was forty Inches in diameter and was brought from Green river Tuesday in a large raft From all evidence the fish hud been In the log for months The forward fins of the fish had become fastened over the rough surface of the hollow log and apparently when Mr Fish or rather Mrs Fish attempted to take a backward slide out of the log it could not be disengaged When dressed the fish measured over four feet in length i For scratches burns cuts inset- bites and the many little hurts common to every family DeWitts Car bolized Witch Hazel Salve Is the best I remedy It Is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by all druggists m Telegraphers Wanted Twentythree railroads have asked the Bowling Green Business Universi ty for telegraphy students trained in that institution Though it is the Jar gest telegraphy school South of the Ohio river It is unable to supply the demands made upon It for operators The same is true of bookkeepers and stenographers Young people neve had a better opportunity to secure cer tain and remunerative positions NIGHT RIDERS It NOTTOUCHEDC- hristian County Grand Jury Fails to Indict Scrapers Detective Pedigo Asked to be Ex IcusedFrom Making Disclos ures Till Next Grand Jury A Hopkinsvllle special says rho grand jury adjourned Tuesday at noon without returning any Indictments against night riders The matter Investigated did not cone to a vote though it is believed an indictment I I could have been returned by u close i vote As a whole the body was a representative onecomposcd of good men The foreman J T Walkurwas fear less conscientious and earnestly In favor of carrying out the courts instruc tions and publishing the raiders Nlue of the jurors belonged to tho associa tion but be it said to the credit of the association some of its members were the strongest in favor of going to the bottom of the lawlessness Evidence enough was secured to find an Indictment in more than one case butt in seeking for corroborative evidence Detective Tom B Pedigo was brought before the jury the last day He frankly told them that ho hud evl dence but was not ready to disclose it as It would interfere with the com plete exposure he expected to bre able to make by the time another grand meets A of enIdangertlons After hearing him the grand jury decided to file nil the evidence secure as the basis of further investi gation and let the matter go over for ninety days when the September grand Jury will meet The failure to Indict men whoso criminality was shown by strong circumstantial evidence is liable to em bolden the night riders to commit fur ther outrages In fact h Tc are already Indications of new methods destroying property ntI Mr R L Horn of Lafayette plants were destroyed in the beds was in town Tuesday and told a Kentuck ian representative that he had been told that the threshermen would not be allowed to thrash his wheat crop I He placed his farm In the hands of a real estate company and Is prepar ing to sell out and move It is now known to be a fact that a citizen of the Roaring Spring neigh borhood was recently taken out of this home by a mob of fifteen or tweiry men and whipped for talking too j much and ordered him to leave the country which he promptly did Those in a position to know say tuna even worte crimes are to be resum I ed to Seme of the night riders IIIpermitting their identity to known fcv confident are they Mint tv courts an powerless to push them aState of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County as Frank J Cheney makes oath FIhe Is senior partner in the firm of J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uso of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of DeI cemberA D 1S86 A W Gleason Seal Notary Public j Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c constipationr- t Kills Bear With Penknife Jay bunch of this cityhad an ex perience last week that bids fair to rival Roosevelts coyote yarn Bunch is a filer at Larkin Bros logging camp on the Wishkah and one day last week with a friend and several dogs started out to find a bee tree They had not gone far when the dogs started up a bear Bruin took refuge in the top of a tree but was finally dislodged and one of the dogs managed to get a good hold on tho animals ear and hung there Bunch rhidno other weapon than a jack knife but he got it in working and commenced the handtohand 00000oo0000900000000 Scotts Emulr ron strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerVe force It provides baby with the necessary fatS I and mineral food for healthy growth ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 9IQO 1 4- o battle He struck tiff bear about 40 times finally severing his jugular vein and bruin veUk from the loss of blrod gave up the fight The bn s hide Is literally punctured with ufUK round tho throat The ani miil weighed abqut 300 poundsSt att le Times Ihere is no case of indigestion no mater how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedly relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor in curing the stomach of any disor der Is rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach Itself Kodol will do it It Is a scientific preparation of vege table acids containing the very same juices found in a healthy stomach It conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists How to Make Toffee Tuffe is an almcs unknown sweet over here but the small English chil divn Jnrivf on it und usually known how to make it Its a quite different thing from buttorscotcL which is jolly good but not as jolly good as toffee Heres a recipe for It Take tni pounds of coffee or C sugar but er to the amount of a pound and a quite r with half a teaspoonful of cretan of tartar First dissolve the sugar In just as much cold water as may b required for that imrposethen mix all the ingredients together and boil them without stirring tho mix tun until It will snap when dropped into cold water At this moment re move it from the flroadd eight or ton drops of lemon oxtracacuording its strong P and Ilous tIlt mixture lute well gr gfd prne to be cut into squares HP it ends 120 HOGS nSHEEP FOR BARBECRE Planters ot Kentucky Tennessee And Virginia Expect 50000 Guests at Annnal Meeting Th unnual meeting of the Planters ProiCJive Association of Kentucky Tnaessco and Virginia wh ton will ni t Ht Guthrie Ky September 26 is cruiiig much interest The nuviigemeut of the association has issurtl a loiter to its members asking tReat for the usual contributions in tine shape of money hogs and sheep It Is acid that preparations will be made to entertain fiftythou sand people Besides fht baskets of eatables that will bo carried by theI members hving tan by six hundred hogs and an tiiiml number of sheep will be sliiugMivd for the occasion Fifteen barrels tf pckles and fifty fUlnllhled from mary States and sums twovy brass bands will lumidpai in the pa rado which is expected 10 h the long est ever h ld in the SMIV Tit Louisville board of trade w 11 bi fn vted to avnd In a body Ti m ing would not i ave again hlI Id at Guthrie this ycar as ft numb i of much hrger cif es wanted it id no boon for fs niUroml liicil s as itI was also ho most ccnlrul p The planters cf tin nnf Sat s uflook ig forward to Imving it big 11h The Passing of Concessional SingingI 1118 cwigrcga iljnal shjging was one of ate cjn bjiicuous failures r f every community in this country From 1lhIn Calf rums at least twice oa SuMiUy iid usually H fcvning service n bile m d dK of the week practfcully t or 1c population jisscmblod In te cnurchis I cniofly to sing Those who Cjuldind I toso who thought thy could w r in more fount of lifting up tiult V Ices than wire thus who cuukl i not sing and kivw h bm wore grate ful for the opportunity to indulge their passion unnotd and unrubukcd In the security of the chorus All this is passing away iu Un love of doivg a little siglng but tho opportunity for doing it The knowing ones timid those who wish to be thought knowing havo frowned it dwn The congregation must listen not participate tho mUll or woman who can not sing a little bit yet yearns for the relief or stimilus of I singing must take to the woods or t pity Singing directly develops those- I qualities that lift tho thoughts and the hearts from the ground and light preancttd er insist upon congregational singing and encourage everybody u Join in heartily He would lose only the finnlcky and the flnnlcky would not I be happy even in heaven Our country I IA prompt pleasant good remedy I coughs and colds Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It Is especially recommended for babies and chil- I dreri but good for every member of the family It contains honey and tar I und tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists m I ft aa ax a i aaas a aa a x i1 I I1IIA4u Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for oer 30 years has borne the signature of S and has been niado under his personal I supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and lldrenExpcrlence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of rm The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tic CENTAUR COMFANV TT MURRAY STRUT nEW YORK CITY I U lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 12c THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 23T THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17E THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12fi THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 32s THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek 0 vensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 37ti THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17k THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TIm RKPUHLIUAV and TaylorTrotwood llagaaine15 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25OOC Surplus Profits 12 50G Will loan money from 1 dar to 12 mouths This is your Bant Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alviu RoweBurci Felix Jim Polk Stevens L aync Grit fin 100Aofu CwwQQQoo owJ r o- ooaoowQ Q 3 I TILLERS OF THE SOIL E 4 bt Cq Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable bJi 11 4andWell Known Firm of o J4 WILLIAMS MILLER g fi o fi For anything they needon the farm They o 49 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc = j Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and = g walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes und lIt fj buggies for young folks and old folks = = In Addition = Jj We have the beEt equipped shop in Ohio county =mft fitted with the latest improved machinery andap It = pliances and besides all kinds of generalBlacksmith = = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other It 43 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder = = ate prices fc t lit 4W4Ii IBEAVER itsk Nvry oft+ y1HMN flyF thi q 4 t Hartford Republican tuned by tbe Hartford IablUhlng Company 1HCOBPO RAVED i c M BARNETT Edttornc E 8KITIMMMM =EIPn01XSC bloncM34ao-uab 31122F FRIDAY JUNE 28 i Examine the labelon your paper I f t t Is not correct notify us REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX 01 Mason County For Attorney General 4 JAMES BREATHITT Of Christian County c For Auditor 4FRANK P JAMES Of Mercer County For State Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY Of McCracken County For Secretary of State DR BEX L BRUNER Of Hart County For Supt of Public Instruction- J G CRABBE- Of Boyd County Commissioner of Agriculture M J RANKIN Of Henry County For Slate Senator- J W WRIGHT- Of Muhlenburg County For Representative- DR J A DUFF Sulphur Springs Precinct No better State ticket has ever been submitted to the voters of Kentucky by any party than the one which adorns the top of this column 13e sure to read the Republican State platform published in this issueI and remember that the Democratic State ticket is without any platform whatever In some quarters Democracy seems to fear that their tariff thunder will be appropriated by the Republicans next year in their platform Nothing could be better for them should such n thing happen Their candidate for President would be elected beyond a v doubt The Hartford Herald is very much disturbed because there were so fewf negroes in the recnt Republican con ventions held here Well if there had been a great many present that fact would have disturbed it just as much So whats the UK You cant please a chronic grumbler Tho Republican Senate pint form de mands n county unit local option law for tho entire SJite The Democrat- Ic party nor any cf Us candidates havo gone so far ThHr party and its candidates for Governor stands committed to thr present county unit law which oxempB citizens of the firs second third and fourth classes I In the course of his speech before eXIGovernorhave got them They are on the run If you are true to yourselvesyour party and your county there can be no doubt of the result These are words a of the wisest counsel and Republicans will win this year if they Ret as therein directed The Louisville Evening Post says the Republican party in Kentucky Is without loaders We have had a number of valuable accessives from the Democrats in the last few years who gave promise in that line but i the Post Editor always Insists on shelving them in some Federal office f thus leaving the old line fellows to s take all the responsibility of leading I the boys in the trenches x 1 The Hartford Republican has the largest circulation of any paper in f Ohio county and is therefore the best advertising medium in which to reach the people in Ohio county it does not pay any postage on Its cir I culatlon within the county and neither z does any other paper published within the county The Heralds statement that it pays more postage than this paper was made for the purpose of misleading The Evening Post says the Repub licans have no State platform and F yet it contains the very things for which its man of the hour Mr tMarshall Bullltt contended in his the convention The plain truth is the Post is a greater enituy U the Repujlcu party than the CourierJournal or Times Republicans should cease giving it their support It has been fed and cloth rJ I f f ed by Republicans too long already On the sixth page of this issue we publish a numerous jag embracing a request that everybody help us get the news Wo took it from an exchange and BO state After it was put in type but before the Republic an was Printed the Hartford Herald looms up with the article on Its first page as an original production The Herald is getting quite us bad about such things as other country weeklies within the scope of our observation The editor of the Evening Post having failed to run and and ruin the Republican State Convention when last heard from was in consultation with Gov Beckham offering free advice and importuning him to recognize the Knott Kohn Whallen combine in the appointment of cityof leers for Louisville If Kentucky Republicans ever again allow this man to dictate to them there will he swarms of lifelong Republicans who will ask to be transferred to some other ship If the Taft managers lllO wise they will select some oher or gan in the State Dick Knott with his half century of experience special endowment and wonderful tact at prevarication can not approach the pace set by the Hartford Herald in dealing with the Republican State Convention and the platform enunciated by it Its column and half devoted to the sub Ject Is one continuous misrepresentation embracing not a single true hon est statement The platform which has been pronounced good by the CourierJournal and which will go down in history as a magnificent Sta paper contained not a sea+ ence paragraph or word that sounded good to the critical ear of the Herald editors The Herald this week seeks to psr petrate its old story on the publi to the effect that the present Repub inIcreasedof officers This was exposed by usl months ago We do not know the Heralds purpose In reopening itex cept it is uudur the idea that you can make an untruth go through repetition The County Clerks rec ords will show Unit the lave Democratic County Attorney was paid an average about 900 per year The late Democratic County Judge was paid a salary of 650 and 100 for acting as Auditor Besides on an av erage about 100 per year for acting as special commissioner for various purposes The present County Judge and County Attorney receive 750 per year and nothing for extra ser ices Instead of being an increase ill expenses to the County this is a saving of about 200 per year All w informed people know that the new created under Democratic law Road and Bridge Commissioner for the entire county takes the place of seven Road and Bridge Commissioners and while he is paid a salary of S00 this is about 200 less than was paid out yearly under the old sys tom of 10 per cent on the amount ixpunded which is usually nbou 10 000 This old yarn was dragged u evmuped and fired off by till H raid to justify the resent State Adm nit ration in taking from our soldier bays half of their meager 43 cenls per day while in encampment to provide a fund with which to py heir expenses to Jamestown T o great State of Kentucky Is d Kgrsc d by such a petty proceeding and I1 Herald editors know it It cannot eIicountIWe have repeatedly called attention to the fact that in the Suite campaign in Kentucky this year our runIIIlng mind this seemed to their disadvantage as there is a large and conslair y growing class of voters oven In Kentucky who want to know what they are voting foras well as for whom However the CourierJourn al the Democratic mouth piece takes a different and somewhat peculiar view of It Here Is what it says Time Democrats have an advantage in having no platform at all This gives latitude for debate On the question indeed tho Re- IllUblicans might be accused of plant ling on the old Democrat Ie doctrine of opposition to sumptu- ary laws Yeswide latitude for debate People all over Kentucky are now debating among themselves what position the Democratic party would take up on many questions on which the Re publican party stands committed In its platform There is the question- of nonpartisan courts for instance The repeal of the registration cer tificate for fifth and sixth class towns and the reduction of taxes These are only a few of the vital questions which the people will want to know about Unless the Democratic candidates hold a meeting and write a platform how are the vdters to determine where they are at Ir CENTRAL LABOR UNION INDORSE AeSe OF t Men and Wives Will Buy PrOduce From Union Farmers and no Other Owensboro Ky Juno 23 Brother Weller representing the A S of E made a splendid speech asking the support of all union men in buying produce from union farmers The fol lowing resolution expressing the sentiment and unanimous opinion was unanimously adopted Be it resolved by this Central La bor Union That we pledge to Broth er Weller and through him to all ofhis brothers in the A S of Erour un qualified support in creating agreat er demand for their label Be it fur ther Resolved That each delegate be in structed to instruct their respective membership to not buy produce from any one unless it is raised by a member of tho A Srof E Be it further Resolved That each union man in struct theirwives or any one who buy tho produce of the farm to be sure that said produce lots been raised by some member of the A S of E and be it further Resolved That the delegates of this central body meet any and all dele gates of the A S of E in a Joint meeting to be held in Owensboro on the 1st Thursday night in July for the purpose of adopting means whereby all organizations CIr become more closely affiliated and get a more thorough understanding and create a greater demand for the label It also requested that all locals of A S of E in this Green River District bt represented by one delegate Be it furtherResolved That these resolutions be published in the next issue of The Republican AUGUSTUS E WILLSONIRepublican Nominee BEAVER DAM Juno 21He J A Lewis filed his regular appointment here Sunday morning hull night Rev A B Gardner filled his i lar uppnmont here Sunday mornI- I lug red nlgtt- Mr anti Mrs P H toss d Ish xnt g Mich who have been vis I tHug frioiids and relatives her tuve I rKunlul noniu Miss Marie Austin loft Monday for u two weeks visit in Loulsvill A B Swain of Luzerne has been visiting friends in town for Un past few days R B Stevens and wife of El Paso Tex are here to spend the summer M M Faughender attended the State Teachers Association at Win chester Ky this week Miss Carrie Stevens of Greenville is visiting her grand parents Mr tinti Mrs J P Stevens K V Williams is In Louisville this wovlr on business Sam and U J Paxton of Timelier Arizona are at home to spend time summer with their mother tfhoo Sowders Is in Louisville on Imstllti Mr and Mrs John H MedcalfMIss Stella Jackson of Central City and Mr John H Barrass of Brevlerspent Sunday with Mr and Mrs George H Barnes Miss Dena Woodward left Monday for a two weeks visit to friends in Owensboro M r and Mrs Walter Rhoads and Mrs Rhoads sister Miss Wek borne of Thacher Ariz are visiting l the family of D J Rhoads Dr S D Taylor entertained the Or chcstra last Thursday night The following people composed a Jolly skating party to the rink at Williams Mines Wednesday last Mr and Mrs E P Barnes Misses Merrie Kfng Ethel Bennett Bessie Barnes Klttyo Rhoads Gracie Wil Hams Willie Smith Hartford Messn B C Barnes LO Render Cecil Hocker W C McKenney Mr8S B Van Meter entertained the Ladles Flinch Club on Friday evening last The visitors were Mn Waltar Rhoads Thacher Ariz Miss Willie Smith Hartford Mrs Shelby Taylor Crowley La Mrs Robertson Mississippi The Epworlh League Social last Friday night was well attended and much enjoyed by all present Miss Willie Smith Hartford who has been visiting Miss Dena Wood ward the past week has returned homeMrs Shelby Taylor and children Hugh Edward and Kitty Lee of Crow ley La are in town for an extend ed visitMrs C P Austin and daughterMls Elizabeth left Wednesday fora few days visit to friends in Rochester Mrs Jessie Cannon of Owensboro who has been visiting her parents Dr and Mrs J J Mitchell has re turned home Mrs D J Coleman is visiting rel atlves in Rockport this week Will Duncan of McHenry spent Sunday In town Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents here 4 Notice in Bankruptcy Ill the District Court of the United States for the Western District uf Kentucky Owensboro division In time mutter of Sam T Smithbank ruptTo the creditors of Sam T Smith of Ceralvo In the county of Ohio and district aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 18th day of June A D 1907 the said Smith was duly adjudicated bank rupt and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law of fice of G B Likens in Hartford Ky on the 5th day of July A D 1907at 1 p m at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trustee examine the bank rupt and transact such other busi ness as may properly come before soul meeting J A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy i June 25th 1907 For Sale A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash or- Ion easy terms Apply to- BARNETT d SMITH What The Democratic Press Says ot The Republican Ticket The Mckcl was well chosen and nude up of representative men of all secMonc of the Sao The platform iriffly bu distinctly declares for local option wlih the county as th- eunltOw nsboro Messenger Toe iclut is a good clean ticket The CouriiTTnuvnal felicities Mr iVillson upon coming to his own at Inst He mien been a woolhorse in time rausf of Republicanism There is little In tho Republican platform to drive away Democratsna1 The unanimous nomination of Mr Augustus E Willson meets with unan LOUISIl11e I W H COX Republican Nominee for Lieutenant GovernorI 4 r 9999c9999- H 1 E P Barnes Brosj + FURNITURE + j 4 As complete housefurnishers we stand without a rival in this part of the country For years we have jr been the recognized leaders in erything necessary to make evI 4 I comforteble and attractive shipment of Furniture just unload ed and now ready for your inspec tion Bed room Suites at each 1950 up to 5000 Odd Beds at each S2 to 12 r Odd Dressers 950 to 25 Rocking Chairs at each 125 up to 10 Dining Chairs at per set 350 up ItoDining 10 Tables at each 5 to 10 Safes and Cupboards at each 250tf to 810- KitchenIup Cabinets at each 1150 to Twentyfive Dollars Visit our Furniture department and see for yourself We ask no favors but propose to give every customer full value for every dol lar spent with u- sBeaverI DamI f BUFORD r June 25 Charley Magan of Kansas City is visiting his mother He will remain until August Gilbert Holbrook is visiting his parents this week Miss Havle Cundiff is quite sick Hugh Richeson has malaria fever Miss Jessie Magan of Henderson is visiting Misses Josie and CarrI11 MaganMiss Earlle Magan returned Sunday after two weeks hOl1eI Owensboro She was accompanied I by Miss Jennie Howard of that place I IIIIndIIvisitingbrook this week Mr Charley Trim of Owensborovis ited Bonnie Blair Saturday night andI Sunday Leo Patton of Heflin was in our town Saturday Misses Josiu and Jessie Mngan are visiting relatives near Laffoon thiHI wukIA T Bell Sr Rhoads and B P i Graves delivered a nice lot of hogs at Btaver Dam Tuesday Mr Owen Magan visited Rough riv er locks Sunday Mr Bonnie Blair went to Owensboro Sunday evening Ho will return home today I Our Sunday school met with Barnetts Creek Sunday School last Sunday Quite a large crowd attended j Born to the wife of Noble Hudson tho 19th a fine girl Dr Shultz attending physician Mother and child doing Mrs wel1Idied Wednesday the 19th was bur t rled at Mt Carmel burying ground the 20th She leaves three sons by i her first husband Josefes William and J S Simmons one sister and a host of friends anti relatives to mourn her loss Aunt Elizabeth as I she was familiarly known was a true Christian She had many friends and no enemies j Meeting ofState Directors Called The National Board of Directors of the Tobacco Department having been called to meet in Louisville on July 17 1907 and having been requested to do so I hereby call a meeting of the State Board of Directors A Srof E for tho same time and place to1 consider in conjunction with the other board possible arrangements for financing and storing the tobacco of the organization In the State of Ken tucky DAViD MORELAND Chmn Stale Board A S of E f 1 a 0tI ALL I PRICESIIOF GOODS IN MTc LINENN 9 Quality EqualeN x given in Mail Catalogs or Newspaper Ads equallyJ5 F t lower at e isB TAPPAN I Reliable Jeweler and Opti4anlHARTFORD KY tf o 1t 7 NOTICE I BIG BOND SALEn JunaI c t 71 100Dollar School BoiidsE payable Have you a few hundred dollars 1 that you want to invest where it is absolutely safe getting your interest every six months Then name theiONEHUNDRED infor t t fI1 J theIon rejectedCourtthe question Address all bids and letters of in quiry to YCommittee r graded Common SchooljV JAMES C BENNETT P O DOlt 125 Hartford iy- LICENgED AUCTIONEERWill WprtvTermsreasonable Your patronage solicited I Yd t ii rI o u t 3 FAIRS 3 1 tf BASEMENTAn dining room outfit Complete assortments of China ware Glassware Woodenware Tinware Etc at prices away below their valuesin other words 15c 3 4and 25c values for 5c and lOc Come to Headquarters for these goods I CHINAWARE Meat Dishes Vegetable Dish es Soup Dishes Cups and Saucers Dessert Dishes PlatesSoup Plates China Pitchers Salt and Pepper Shakes Toothpick Hold ers and many other useful ar ticles In Chlnaware all for 5c and lOc none highe- rMISCELLANEOUS Hat Racks Clothes Lines Dus ters Buggy Whips Letter Paper Soaps Spring Scales Clothes Pins Flower Pots Ice Hooks Ice Picks Match Safes Fry Pans Picture Frames Talcum Powderf Blueing Gilt Paint Brushes Etc it IPaint WHY PAY MORE Above artacles when by coming direct Basement can buy these many servicable articles prices will astonish motto is Always the Best Always Below CompetitionAT The Bargain Genill st Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 28 fill n ls Central RailroadTime Table North Bouull Honch Hound NolS due 407 a m No11 dUl1I31 a m No1dne1230 p rn No 101 due 248 p DJ No102 due 41 p ro No131 m Keep cool by Fairs Fans Mr S M Dexter Centertowncallcd I Ito see us Monday Rev J A lrennett No Creekcall ed to see us Tuesday Patterns are at Fnirs10c and 15cnone 4Call at Barnard Cos for new pattern books FREE Mr J M Wade McHenry was a pleasant caller Wednesday Subscribe for McCalls Magazine Get late styles Found at Fairs Mr E C Gorman Beaver Dam made us a pleasant call Wednesday c Sweeping reduction In price of readytowear Waists at Barnard CoJ Keep rIles out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They makeall sizestfMcCall Patterns are late in style Fairs All seams allowed lOc and l catI Miss Olive AmerineRichmond KyI Is theguest of her sister Mrs Wal lace Riley city Have you teen the new things in fairs Basement Dont pass them hey are bargains Agency for Home Journal Patterns at Barnard Cos New Patterns now In stock Miss Stella Olaton candi date in our popularity contest was a pleasant caller yesterday r 1 Mesdames W Tley and C L Smith left Tuesday for u few days sojourn at Dawson SpringsIgood fit For a new wellmade ting Suit of Clothes call at Fairs For only 1000 Come to see them Mrs Lee Royal of Jingo presented her husband with a boy last Sat Mother and child doing well t Mr raYlol Bartle wife and son Romney Ind are the guests of Mr Hartleys mother Mrs J R ter 1s y 4 GLASSWARE Salad Bowls Cake Stands Glass Pitchers Pickle Dishes Sugar Bowls Preserve Holders Celery Stands Cream Pitchers Glass Tumblers Sherbet Cups Lemon Squeezers Dessert Lamps Vases Salt Shakers Etc TINWARE One and onehalf gallon Buck ets Cups Stew Pans Cake Pans Baking Pans Muffin PansBread Pans Pudding Pans Pot Tops Funnels Dish Pans Coffee Pots Tea Pots Tin Sifters Bread Toasters Etc Call and see us toIFor the our you and more at that you Our duea40p using McCall higher the the Ladles Daniel urday Forres Stands Spoon Dishes I Sheer midsummer Wool Goods at Fairs I Mr C C Martin Logansport was a pleasant caller Monday I Mr J T Rowe Cenlertown made us a pleasant call Wednesday i Fairs low Shoos for Ladies areI I what you watt High in quality low in price When In need of dental work of- any kind call on Dr Renfrew over Baughns store- Shinglesand odd size Windows and Doors a specialtyHARTFORD MILL CO Get ready for tho Church Carnival at the rink next Friday night Make no other nrrangcmens Mr J E Fogle and son McDowell city were In the Smallhous neigh borhood on business yesterday Mr and Mrs L B Lone Owens boro were the guests of relatives in the county the first of the week Leave your laundry at Cleve Bers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 4Gtf The merchant gets discount for cash You do too if you save your cash register tickets from Barnard Cos The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very cheap Messrs Ross Bennett and Roscoe Render were the guests of relatives in the Matanzas neighborhood Satur day and Sunday If you want your house screened all over from cellar to garretor a house built outandout from a toy playhouse to a skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on W H Mauzy Hartford Ky 45t2 What has become of the weed or dinance The Mayors attention is called to the fact that typhoid fever has made Its appearance In town at a much earlier date than heretofore and a general cleaning up of the streets and alloys should be ordered and enforced IMrs J L Barnett who has been to her room for the past three months at the home of her mother Mrs Amanda Barnett near town with consumption is gradually growing weaker and It Is feared she can live but a short time Her husband and five children are at her bedside anCFor a handsome colored Silk Um brella call at Fairs Mr J T Davis df the Sunnydale neighborhood called to see us Mon day Judge J S Glenn sin Browns vine Kyon legal business the first of the week Attorney R E Lee Slinmerman was In Louisville on legal business the first of the week Mesdames William and George For man are the guests of relatives and friends in Louisville Mrs Ethan Brown Taylor Mines and Miss Gladys Duke city were pleasant callers Wednesday LOSTA Red Men pin with let ters T O T E Finder return to this office and get reward Rev Frank Baker delivered able sermons at the Methodist church last Sunday morning and evening The new Methodist church Society will give u carnival at the rink next Friday night July 5th Nice refresh ments will be served Mrs S H Seibert underwent an operation for ferbroid turner Tuesday Drs Ford Miller and Wedding were the operating surgeons The Sulphur Springs Magisterial district union of the American Socie ty of Equity will meet at Sunuydalu school house tomorrow If the Watterson dark horse should shave that mustache we would be ab solutely without a mark with which to make an identification Why not bring your ChiekensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get In re turn the very best of merchandise Messrs Grossie Williams and Evans Colais and Master John J Williams have returned from a few days visit to relatives and friends at Hardins burg County Clerk W S Tinsley has the distinction of being the first to pay his taxes for the year 1907 Jim Rice of color is entitled to a close second Mrs Alex Bennett and childrenwho had been the guests of Mr Isaac Ben nett and family for several days re turned to their home at Evansville Ind last Saturday Mrs Thomas B Pelrio and daugh ters little Misses Anna Ruth and Leila May Brazil Ind will arrive to day to bo the guests of Mrs Petrles parents Mr and Mrs J E Fogle Mr A D BuskJll who has held an Important position with tho Texas Pacific Railway Co at Big Springs Texas has severed his connection with samo and accepted a position as book keeper with the Prlchard Rice Milling Co at Houston Tex Mr Ed Barrass Sr who for ninny years held an important position with tho Taylor Coal Company and who has recen ly been with his son at levier Ky has gone to som point in West Virginia to take charge of a large coal mining interest Judge R R Wedding returned last Saturday from a few days visit to his sons Charles Clyde and Gregory Wedding at Indianapolis Ind He wus accompanied home by his daughter Miss Daisy who had been visiting at Gcddcs SDaaud at Indianapolis Rev L P Drakes wife died atI Ecron Ky lust Friday after a brief Illness Rev Drake and wlfo went to Ecron about three weeks ago to convey the remains of their infant child and Mrs Drake became too 111 to return to their home at Centertown Dr N Bjjrnett Caneyvllle Mr R J Barnett Union City Tenn Prof U C Bennett Clarlsville Tenn Prof L R Barnett Foreman Ark and Mrs Rev Jo B Rogers Springfield 111 are at the bedside of their sister I Mrs J L Barnett whose serious ill ness is mentioned in another place I in this issue The evil of boys throwing at ran dom on the streets was brought prom inently to the attention of the citi zens Jind especially to Capt ScK- Cox Monday when Willie Burton threw a small pebble at a dog which missing the mark struck the large glass ins the front of the Ohio County Bank building breaking It in an ugly shape It will cost 50 to replace the broken glass Mr W B Hinton Sunnydale callI ed to see us while in town yesterday Mr Hinton Is deaf and dumb but Is a man of more than average intelligence and education being ableI to read and write rapidly He is aIsubscriber of our paper and an uncompromising Republican Mr Hinton Is a great admirer of McKInley and Roosevelt Pointing to their plcI tures on the wall in our office nndI to his t he indicated that it was tel administrations which made the full pocketbook Mr Hinton took great Interest in the machinery in our plant especially did he marvel at the type Betting machine f IyrMr R T Wedding wife and children McHenry were the guests of relatives In Hartford yesterday We do not give standing of tho can didates in our Jamestown contest this week The count will appear in our next issue Tom Coghill mention of whose Ill ness has appeared In these columns from tim to time is still in a very serious condition at the home of his father William Coghill Our friend lion H P Taylor Is not very pretentious in his daily life but it cNn be truthfully and that he has One of the nicest and best equipp ed law officers in Hartford The let cream supper given at R D Walkers Tuesday night for the benefit of tho Baptist church was well attended and highly enjoyed notwithstanding the inclement weath cr Mr Oda Seibert left Wednesday for Mt Cannel Illinois with his family to make his future home Mr Set bort has accepted a good position with a planing mill company at that place Jailor Oscar Midklff and little daugh ter who have typhoid fever are resting well and no fears of more serious de velopm its are entertained It is im possible however to tell what turn may set in Mr 11 E L Simmermau bus lut chased the Collins brick store house on Mark t street consideration 1850 It Is understood that It will be occu pied by Mr Slmmennaii and Judge J S Gltim Jointly as law offices in the mar future The Equity people of the Buford magisttslnl district held their regu lar me ing at Washington church yesterday Dinner was served on till ground mid a splendid program was rendered Great interest in the suc cess and working of tho order was manifest A Prominent citizen has suggested that since Hartford is firm in the grasp of the stock law It would be well for the Ohio County Fiscal Court to remove tho old rust covered iron fence from round the Court House Wo beluvc he is right The grounds would show vo much better advantage and the fence is now of no earthly use Lt the court think about this suggestion Messrs E L BulUngton and John W Taylor Hartfords efficient ton sorial Artists have formed a part nership under the firm name of Bull ingtou Taylor and will open n comnifidiuus barber shop and bath rooms in the corner rooms of the old Hertford House corner Market nod Union streets They will be flUtII for business under the consolidation UHf Monday morningIMrs Emma Black wife of the late J W Black lcI quite unexpectedly Tuesday night at the Hopkinsville Asylum whcre s o had boon almost continuously for the past four earsI Sir wns in splendid physical COUCh tion und It s reported that she fell dead evidently from Irart felluru Her remains wen brought hack home for burial HpvGJ Bean conducted tin funeral services ur Bethel yesterday u 10 oclock after which in ternuiit took place lIt Bethel ceme tery Las Tuesday while out It vlngI about tte stile north of town Misses Mary stud Nora Wedding met with qui e a fcertous Accident The hotno whit wilt coiitidtred safe bewune frigirr ned anti tan uwy tailing the buggy to pieces Miss Mary jumped and mstuiuod n fracture of tits mmJ near the shoulder Miss Nora wits thrown out but not seriously hurt Miss May was pwilBttd o th home of Mr S E Bennett near by wlu r her Injured arm was taisled by her uncle Dr S J Wedding when sh was removed to her home in town She Is gating along well and will Buoii be out agate The Methodist Sunday School ex cursion and picnic lust Saturday wusI 1 beset with many hlnderances five miles below town tho prnllClIIllgi chan on the We Turoe was lust In about 20 fool water The party was cooped up on tho boat all day while the boat management ex hausted every means to recover tho lost chain On board the barge the party was towed back to town lay in the evening by the two yachts be longing to Capt A D White and Messrs E W Cooper and R Cl Por ter to wfcicm uuy urt undur many obligations On the way back a terif ic rain and wind storm was encoun tered and many of the party were drenched and not a few badly Crlghtc ened HowovertJB best of humor and good feeling prevailed and all had a good time The feature of the trllJ was the bountiful lunch served on the boat by tho ladies Everything good to eat was there In great abundance and It never tasted better was the unanamous verdict About 761uJ plls of the school and visitors made the trip Wednesday afternoon tho Ladles Social tain delightfully entertain r I JLJLJLJLAA JL J JJLJ mtH JLJL f r r r i S1 nH V I nr IBuying Along f D i Safe Lines With your purchase at this store is always the assur g tfullyto secure results just a little above the ordinary t tpricespected to pay that makes particularly pleasant and tprofitable buying here Just at this time these seas onable offerings will appeal to youEDress Goods tWe have the cheapest and nicest Lawns going at 5ctTic lOc and 15c India Linens lOc to 25c Persian tLawns from 15c to 50c Long Cloth Butchers Linen tand Indian Head at 15c and anything you may mention t i in Dress Goods all cheap and nice t I Fancy FurnislziWe have them Belts with the big wide Buckle Embroideried Linen Collars Russian Collars Plaint t Linen Collars Silk Gloves and many things to iSl i you pretty and uptodate too numerous to mentionE 1 We to oesii that irlgsEGents FurnitThis is where we shine We have the Fountain and CluettPeabody Shirts and Collars A nice lino of tTies and Underwear in short sleeves and legs Hats in the Straw Sailor from 50c to 250 Wools from 1 to 4 t t Mattirlgs E 4Going at 2Qc 25c 29c and 30c a yard You cannot jall- Hoping4 that you will honor us with a call and a t lookwe remain as ever yours to please and accom Emodate I BARNARD CO Hartford Ky f QH17y 1 r rterrrlrrr rr nr r rY1717 7t1777T7tHT7 u ed This entertainment was given by Mrs S J Wedding and Miss Mary Wedding et the home of Mrs Wad ding Eight games of progresnlv flinch were playd after which tho la dies were given u chance to display their skill at inventing rhymes Tills being a daisy reception the color scheme was yellow and while The tams were hand painted in dae let and tied with yellow and whit ribbon Au elegant lunch currying out the color scheme was SWd Theru were tiny white boxes laced with yellow ribbon containing inu1 Those were given as favors The gus o of honor wne Miss Dora GibsonMiss Willlo Smith Mrs George LewinMss Ctiesie Riley Miss Purl Thomas Mn G A Siilitin hiss Mary Keuwa The members present were Meedtun s7 B Petidletoii Hooker WlWainn 1 S Glenn W II Barnes U E leSinimernuiu S A Anderson IIiii C Thomas H D Walker E E Brlt bead J C Berry A S YewellMjm Ida Lewis Leltitt Marks Sophia Woer nor Mnrgare lea rla Hattie Bmnet MatUe Sawlerfiir Lida Morton Faa nie Cox Life or Death to Your Piano Which A piano is a delicate and valuable instrument and its cure should bo entrusted only to an expert Pi ano Tuning well done lengthens tho life of the piano poor tuning rains It Please remember that hold a diploma from the largest and school of piano tuning in the world and that I guarantee perfect finished work in every case at the lowest charges consistent with the best workship A E SANDEFUR 49t4 Beaver Dam Ky lid ROCKPORT June HRev B F Jenkin fill ed his regular appointments hero Sat urday afternoon Sunday morning und evening Tht dnirb angel has vtiUd our town again aild taken away Mrs Joe H Smith who departed this life on the 16th inst She leaves a husband three children Mrs Sallie White resides in the State of Pennsylvania Joe Smith Jr and Mrs Park of this place Mrs Smith was a good Christian woman and was loved by all who knew her Esq D J Wilcox who has been confined to his room for the lust and a half from tho effects a dislocated hip is out again on crutchesThe stave plant which has been shut down for some time hnHrc Gently changed hands and is undergo c TDRENFROWII DENTISTI theIworkI door to Woeniers shoe store Hart ford = T r lug repairs and will he manufacturing saves and fccilicgs in a few daysMrs D J Wiltex hfw en old flax pinning wheel fo iso a flax hackle which is quie P curiosity to a great many people of this day and time They are in perfect working order Anyone wanting a retie of by seise days would do well to call and ilea these euro tleP Notice To Miners and Farmers We ASk of you not to buy wagons or buggies eoupKnyofOwensboro the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No C7S U M W of A tr- n Notice On July 2L 1907 at my office In Htutford 1 will hold a computativo examination to select two benoficar Ics to the A and M College of Ken tucky The examination will bo Eng lish Grammar History of the United States Geography and Arithmetic The appointees will bo selected from the two having the highest grades Tho appointments to tho Normal de partment will be made later in the year The July teachers examination will be held at Fordsvllle JAMES M DeWEESE S C S CERALVO June 26Mrs Nancy Jones of BreckenrIdge county is visiting the family of Mr William Chancellor isinMr John B McConnel one of our citizensdied ageTheretarded farming i JP r r fJ 1II f I l I r THE LATTER DAY OR NEW INDIAN e riot a Creature of the Days of Fenimore Cooper but a Mod ern Gentleman A new series of Indian portraits lat needed The noble red man of Feni more Cooper and a Catlin the fierce figure In war paint and feathers lost his romantic Interest when he was confined to a reservation and fed orations n Now the stall fed reserve tion dweller has been supplanted I n true by the new man Indian only J blood and traditions who is stepping up to take his place are to represent the new Indians says Everybody Magazine will include a shorthair ed darkfaced man dressed in black slouch hat dingy white cotton situt blue overalls and hobnailed shoes lie may be a Kiowa farmer who gath i ered COO bushels of corn from twent acres of cultivated land last year or one of the 391 Pine Ridge Indians who put up 6700 tons of hay to earn their stock through the winter Or In nay bo Plenty Buffalo who has work ed with team and scraper on the Hun tley irrigation project in Montana for six months or Bert Fredericks the Hopi night foreman on the tunnel at the Zuni dam in Arizona The pictures will also depict the In dian woman as mistress of a prairie cabin feeding the chickens or carrying food to hte calves and pigs They will include a group of children dressed very like white children trot ting off to day school at S oclock with their noon lunches in packages under their rams A big canvas to hang beside the old jmintings of the war dance will show 2000 Sioux attending a convention of the Episcopal church I at White Swan S D and listening to address from Bishop Hare or from I their own clergyman Amos Ross a fullblood 1 Help us Get the News The following is republished from an exchange but we hope our renders and friends will observe it with ref erence to The Republican I Friends fellowcitizens or whatev er you may be help the editor in his wildeyed search for news When i your friends come to you if you are not ashamed of it tell him when your wife gives a tea party if you have recovered from the effects of the gossip drop In with the news when u baby arrives fill your pockets with cigars and call if you go to a party steal sonic of the good things and leave em with the item in our sanctum If your wife licks you come in and let us see your scars and ender sympathy through the paper If your motherinlaw hits died dont he bashful about It give In all the com monplace news In short whatever makes you feel proud sad lonesome or glad submit it to our 24karat wis dom und see our matted locks part and stand on end with gratitude which will pour from every pore like moist ure from the dewbisprlnkKd earth Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if oUI have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists orI by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else falls 3f tf Kentucky Call to Victory Now for the march resistless and triumphant to victory at the polls Kentucky culls on every son to do duty valiant fearless telling When the immniortal ferry met British foes i on Eries troubled waters he struck with such might and main that the fight hardly begun till it was over We have met the enemy and they are ours was his glorious announce ment What an incentive and an inspiration to the Republicans of Kentucky Meet the enemy and make him ours Is clear welldefined duty l It is a command of good cltlzenshlpan edict from the inmost heart of the Commonwealth Not our tusk to in flict oppression or pain on fellow citi zens and fellow Kentucklans The A party which with its own warm hearts blood melted the fetters of slavery is 1ofall such narrowness Incapable To redeem Kentucky from mlsruleto t set her on a march to progress nev er to be arrested is our obligation and mission The framers and signers of a the Declaration of Independence liber i ated a continent but stay liberated it may not without ceaseless vigilance on the part of succeeding generations r The deadly foe the restless untiring assailant of civic freedom is corrupt government Of that evil Kentucky has had too long an experience i The Invention fully representative + d of Republican Kentucky which haa placed such an admirable ticket InI the field has given good ciltzerish p of every class and condition a leadership certain to command and compel victory Personally and geographical the ticket combines every element needed of strength respectability and reliability The voters time has no come Organized effort there should be in every district In every county in all the precincts without exception The numbers are on one side But without organization are of small avail Organized effort means triumph 1 holds out a sign in the heavens We have met the enemy and he is ours Louisville Herald Buried Alive A trrible story of a young woman who was buried alive is reported from Paris She was supposed to have died a few days ago and a burial permit having been given as usual she was interred on the following day The grave diggers however left the grave only partially filedthiuking there was no hurry and three days later un in habitant of the village passing by the cemeterystopping to look at the grave He was surprised to hear loud knock log apparently inside the coffin bur led under only a very light layer of believeINot only did the knocking continue but he also heard the young woman calling out and moaning H hurried for assisance and a doctor and when the coffin was opend the young woman was found alive indeedas she sM up and tried to speak But to their horror she did not long survive Ev ery effort was mads to help her bu she gave a last gasp coughed up some blood and sank back in the doctors arms This time she was 11 dead Ire Chicken That can Talk After en rears of experimenting I Clinton H Willis a rancher on the Monterey road was produced a chick en tnat can talk The foul is the i sixth generation of acrue between a lamrt and a guinea hen and in its- lY1J characteristic except hp low r j salt of Its bill and the arrangement of its tors fife bird is a chicken Te i upper half of the bill is s jaigt likF tnat of the guinea hen while the lower pan Is clearly a parrot bafi Its toes are arranged two aT d wo instead of three and one as in the barnyard fowl At prsentbechickee- lms vocabulary is limited to Mora lug Clint thaw terbacker Cliai and a swear wordSsl Jos iCrLi dispatch in the Nest York World IDefinition of a Box Car The following definition of a boxcar does not appear in WebKrs bu there are plenty of railroad mn and shippers who will heartily agree wih the one who framed it up IA box car belongs to the fowl fam ly During the spring and summer months it can be found in pearly toV ery port of the country its ffvurite haunts being railway lrncks rnd it is easy of capture in the ntrumn however like certain other fowls i goes into hibernation or flies to other climes Scattered instances are known where specimens are captured during the autumn months A lasso or a wollgreased switch crew is sometimes used in snaring the festive box ear I hut main strength in the host weuJlotlI In may case the hunter must wary as any Milne like the fluttering of a waybill will make the quaiy disappear Some railways own hugs flocks of domesticated box cars hut they are carefully guarded during Ih closed season The wild box car when aplured and fairly well loaded becomes gentle and perfectly stationary ilden Rule in Modern Business II We have on several occasions culled the attention to the progress made I along the lines of justice and enlight enment by various cooperative works In the republic Among these has been the cooperative Association of America whose master spirit since its organization has been Mr Bradford Peck Mr Peck built up the greatest department store in Maine situated- at Lewiston and after the organization of the Cooperative Association of America this store became a part of the activities operated by the association The aim has been to make the store more and more an exemplification of the broad spirit of fraternity based on Jutlsceand to this end innovations have steadily been introduced One of hese is the giving to all employes of two weeks vacation In the summer and twO weeks In the winter or four weeks every year with pay Another important innovation which has voiced the cooperative spirit in a very practical manner has been the giving to each employe of a dividend representing a certain percentage of his salary Thus on the 15th of March of this year every mploye in the great department store received a check amounting to 10 per cent of his salary These em ployes are not stockholders in the work and have not made any finon clal outlay but the management recognizes the services they are render= neY I ingahd their equitable right tcr sliar- i In the profits of the enterpriserTin Aerna i v Squirrel Whips a Snake aystreported by John Withers a promi carwrollton Mr Withers hats some pot squirrels on his farmand a few days ago when he went to feed them liP noticed a commotion going on in Ju squirrels nest In a few moments n bolatin the tree dragging a blacksnake Both were fighting desperately The snake was at a disadvantage however for the squirrel hqd a fine strange hold behind the snakes head and shook his unwieldy antagonist much as n dog would n rat Tho snake endeavored to encircle thelrtl squirrel with its coil but could n do so and presently both the sunk and squirrel fell to the ground vh squirrel still retaining his hold on snakeMr Withers stepped up and squirrel released his hold and scampered back up the tree Tne siiik which measured nearly six feeo in length was nearly deitdand was dispatched by Mr ThersSt L fits GlobeDemocrat Oja STOUTBeen the ttSi utve cf cClZJamestown TerCentennial Exposition NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 3u inclusive Final return limits Dec T 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Xo3Jtslusive Final return limits Sixty I vl days from date of sale not to eiiDecember 15 1W7 Rates for pxiri trip JIS70- 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale Airil IS to NOT CT 30 inclusive Final return limits days from date of sale DOt to exc i December 13 Rate for round 1340 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1S9i and- etch Tnes feir from April 311 to N reiaber 2 lS r inclmsive FIns turn limits Ten das roc dare sale Pate fo rock wtp Slur J E WILLIA3IS Agei SURE CURE Diseases 1 fMica Axle Grease lengthens the life of the wagon saves horsepower time and tem ft per Best lubricant in iworldrnntatngpowdered a eforms hard coating on axle and reduces friction Ifyou want your outfit to tail and earl money while it lastsgrease the axles with Mica I Axle Grease I STANDARD OH COMPANT laMeiuss Nerve Fag If You Waste Your Nerve Energy After Awhile You Will Suffer For Its Tou can waste nerve forco by excess overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not eating proper food or securing sufficient rest to renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment in addition to good phosphatic food such as whole meal bread prepared cereals etc is Dr Miles Restorative JCervlne This Is as truly a brain and n rve food as any food you could eat and be sides furnishes strength and tone of its own which goes to the weakened nerve sStem and sets it to rights Dr Miles Restorative Xervlne Is a re freshing revitalizing tonic foodmedicine for the brain and nerves It reconstructs wornout nerve tissue and fills your languid brain with new life and vigor Dr Miles Nervine has made so many marvelous cures of people so sick the doctors thought they were Incurable that it is today the standard medicine In sway thousands of American homes The first bottle Is guaranteed to help you or druggist returns your money The extreme heat close confinement and Intense mental strain incident to the ba king busint ti has caused me to nervousness and Insom Ria It gives me pleasure to say that I have used Dr Miles Nervine with T rr satisfactory results in the treat aeat of these affections I am now onImy flth bottle and eat and sleep in fact have almost forgotten that I Is s3 nervesR 1 DALBT Asst uhier State Bank Texarcana Ark i Write tou for Fre FREE Package of Dr Mile Anti Pun Pills the New Scientific Remedy for Pale Also Symptom Blank Our- S ctalist will diagnose your tell jxs what Ia wrong and how to right It DR MILES MEDICAL CO ULBOBATORIES JCUCHART IJOX I t 1 OHIO CO SUPPLY CO i C1 fn r rntud g ltC1E4ii of 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Sons Props Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Got Our Prices end Wo Ouarantcc to Save You Money on All Good Honest Work 1 4++++++++oJo + +++33 THE IKENTUCKY1 Light and Powers Co WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT nOSY ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN r TitiHEALHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR HOUSE SHOULD I BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN INI REACH M L HEAVRIN Manager t t t f+ f+t 01 t i COMMISSIONER AFTER PENSION ATTORNEYS Veterans of the Mexican War Be lieved to Have Been Swindled The following clipping from Xhp CouriarJournal wjll bo of interest to survivors of the Mexican War or their heirs Oftentimes vo KW offer from attorneys lit different parts of the country to buy upold claims of Mex Scan War veterans Dont sell Have your claim made up by any hone attorney or notary public and send It in yourself Washington June In Hundreds of veterans of tile Mexican War or their heirs resident in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Louisiana and other States are believed to have beets swindled by pension attorneys iu Hits city antler the pension laws which al low bounty public laud grarH of ICO acr e- The attorneys iu question haln been directed by coon IISS oner Warner to show why they should not bo disbarred frost practice before tine de partment and flit Commissioner ex pressed the opinion today that hose t+ ho have been swindled could un doubtedly recover througi suiss In n tfOIUHhfwefund to clumunts the full iunouiUtt which they should Imv1 ixcrlved Tim alligaious are ihn the pm sion practice of looking up instances where the warrant had not beets issu ed having not been located writing to the vtteruu or his heir sail securing power of attorney to execute the claim The warrant obtained thy attorney would attempt to purchase it for any price the owner would aceep It is charged that iu several casts warrants have been purchased for about one dollar an acre and sold bhp attor ney for as much as seven dollars an uct As soon as Commissioner Wiirnor lean ed that this systematic campaign was being made against the slender resources of the people entitled to this small gift he issued an order that henafter th + warrants for the 160 acre grants shall be issued by regs ered loUr and sly to he persons entitled to the grant st In this way the attorneys are cut out from receiving the first class A Real Wonderland South Dakota with Us rich sliver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural fonlnlons is n veritable wonderland At Mound City In the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Ex hausting coughing spells occurred ev ery five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all druggists GOc and 100 Trial bottle free m NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regular term June 15th 1907 Hon W B Tay lor County Judge Presiding- G F Chapman cmotlon for Grad ed Common Schoolat Centertown Ky It appearing that a petition signed I by G F Chapman C K Render H H Davis J T Bennett J B Maddox JL Smith J B Stogner O B Dos ket L B Goodall V S Hocker E E Bishop C L Brown and others was filed with the County Judge at the last regular April term of this court asking that u Graded Common School district be established with its boundary as follows viz Beginning at W I Iglehearts including InIeludIngincluding him thence to Ed WInne Rowes including him thence to Rob ert Oglesbys including him thence to the Melton farm including itthence to H B Ashbys Including himthenc to Clarence TIchenors excluding him thence to H 0 Bennetts Including him thence to Will McClaina ex cluding him thence to W P Ashbys including him thence to James Ad dlngtons including him thence to Nancy Jones including her thence to the Ben Dexter farm Including It thence to Henry lockers including him thence to Frances Hefllns In cluding hIm thence to W T Mat locks including him thence to VIr- gil Bishops Including him thence to Everly Ashbys including him thence to the Mary Benton farm including It thence to W I Rowes farm ex cluding It thence to the Willis Rowe farm Including itj thence to Jonathan P Vincents including him thence to the beginning That the site for the school house of said proposed dis trict be the Ipt on the Hartford and South Carrollton road immediately west of Reneers mill lot and that said site is certified to be not ex ceeding two nad onehalf miles from any i art of the boundary of the said Ji 1- tty proposed district and it appearing al so that said petitioners are tax payers legal voters and residents of the proposed Graded Common School dis trict and of the Centertown Justices district of this county and it also ap pearing that the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition his approval of same and that a majori tiof tho Trustees of ouch Common School District that wilt be embraced vlhln said proposed Graded School District in whole or in part have endorsed their approval on said petition as provided by law and the Court be ing sufficiently advised orders that R B Martin Sheriff of this county be and he is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held at Conlertown Ohio County Kentucky in the present public school placeonbeing 10 days or more after the entry oft this order for the purpose of taking the sense of tho legal white voters residing within the boundary of the said proposed Graded School District whether there shall be levied and collated tin annual tax of 50 edits on each owe hundred dollars of property value thcrelnsubjectlo State or coun personsnndmale Inhabitant of said proposed Grail ed Common School District over twenty one years of age for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a Graded Common School Dlstrct and for eivcing purchasing or repairing suitable buildings therefore as provided in sections 100 to and includ ing ISO of tho Common Shool Law of Kentucky The officers of said election will also cause time legal voters of said proposed Graded School District to vote for five persons to be trustees of same in case said tux shall be upprn edThe officers of said election will make return in due form of the result of same at the earliest day practicable A Copy Attest W S TINSLBY C 0 C C By KOSCOI3 RENDER D C Penmnnt to the foregoing order and judgment I will cause to be opened It poll at the time and place and in the manner std for the purposes therein directed R B MARTIN S O C Jim1 14 1907 Miiiy suffMvrs from lUisal caarrh say they get splendid results by using an atimzor For tJulr benefit w pr pare lays Liquid Cream Hnlm Except 0 tint it is liquid it is In nil respect like ho sealing helpful p inulluy ing Civanv Halm tVu the public has b vs famUim1 with for years No co esii nor other dnng r its drug In it Tlt soitthng Spray relines at once and euro is eI nit All druggists 7Si including spraying lube or mulled by Fly Bros 56 Warren S New York This Dog Chews Gum- A friend of ours hus II t MTT which In my nsliiirl on psssss much more iltnlligonc MUTI thtavor iU dog intcHigiMic1 So is u gum ivtnvcr and also huts a deadly ani piiy for a llghiul cigar 7he first fiat I called nt the homo Beauty was uunpprojicbable for soul time Dud ihvii suddenly hew in friendly ova pulling her paw on my kn lick lug her chops and furoujly waggng her stump I expressed surprise IC UT making up so suddenly wiiM amtwhen one of thin mfiubtrs of Ito household informed mo she waned my gum Beauty tiurkrd joyously TI my making a movmon iu give P li her timid on receiving it immediately started chewing The funny par of it was that she did not swallow Ir but half mi hour later was lying In tho corner still busily ciowlng Cni cago Tribune O AIJ TO ftIABean thethe Kind You Have Always Bought Signature YrI-c J mayT- he Watch and the Whistle The worker on the farm or Jn the shop or anywhere vlsewho curries a waelu which ho fivciuonUy refers to- IlS though ho feared ho might overwork a minute or two is always suss plcloned by Ms employer The employer may bo never HO liberal anti may not wish his employes to work a mlnuty overtime yot when ho sees them often Inquiring of their timepiece as though they had an Impor tant engagement ut a curtain minute the impression made is not a good one Nur a hired man has a right to carry a watch the unmo us huts his employer but tho hand who watches his watch is sure to bo watched him self And the hand that has his ear turned constantly so us to catch tho first sound of the noon or night whistle does not make a favorable impression upon his employer He stands In the attitude of fear that he 110a little too much w6rkalittle 11oethnn the contract calls for and the employer feels toward him just as he would feel toward him Just as he would feel toward the em Dloyer did that individual manifest an Q V v alittleI attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to theII feres with its action and in the course oj time tho heart becomes diseased L kodoI t For Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain oft i of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour mucousI maldnIdiate relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yan N1 I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaiCure i t Digests What You Eat i L1ISOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Coi Itlrnr uttntedI Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Telephone In my residence and place of business My business has increased nnd my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours I for good service and gentlemanly com petition I W Ii JOHNSON Mgr Ph-I REAL ISTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find youjBargainslOne as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con- sistingi of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- Housei on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good outbuildingsi nished on application j New two story frame dwelling inI Hartford Six rooms two nice halls deepIcorner and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain recentIlyI Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of I Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch h C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling hous es Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buye- rBRRNhTT X SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky inclination to begrudge to him every penny of his wages The employe who stands highest with his employer and la always In the lute of promotion Is the one who pays more attention to his work than ho does to tho time and who bears the call of duty quicker nnd plainer than does the dinner horn A Dangerous Deadlock That sometimes terminates falallyls the stoppage of liver and bowel func tions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every case or money back at all druggists drug stroe 2Gc m 1 KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrIceFOR100 Free Trial Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK Bend model drawing nrptwWDANtorDDEFENDhEDan free report Jt6 vlcl hew to obtain patent trade mark copjrrtghU etc IN ALL COUNTRIES Jltulntts direct with Washington saves time mono and oIn thepatent ExclusivelyWrite013 Klnth Street opp Cjlt48Ut OSc CPatentWASMI lON D ROUGn RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOIUOKATKJIl The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly extended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Algr- Hartford Ky u Wllf1 n C lY CQUrt7IJudgeBenJailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank LFollx Master CommtssIonorY L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford DcputtesS A Bratcher L p Crowdcr W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Tnylor JUdge W S Tlnsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Uenlns on tho third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claimsConvenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfflcersX Moxley Surveyor Shrove SLeRch Assessor Rob no James DeWeeseSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 21 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 25 Juno 23 September 2 December SSW S Dean Dundee March 27 Juno 2C September 2G December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJune 2 September 27 December S B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 June 23 September 2S December IS Herbert Render Centertown March A Juno 29 September 2 December 30 John II Miles RocUport Murch 31 Juno 30 September iO December St HARTKORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S GlennCJty Attorney Seth Moseley Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p mlth Sunday at U a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday Iin each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor firsttSunday tit 11 a m and 7 p m nev- YoB Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Simmer man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C7T F A Masons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crow 1C of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs 2 Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yelser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj DsWItts tSS Salve For Pitas uriw S TM J wuF- Is A r = I I j t I I JAlfFORD TO HAVE A STREET FAIR t l STo be Given July 12 and 13At tractive List of Premiums Do nated by Business Men I11he following is a partial list of atthe valuable premiums offered by the business men of Hartford to the Ohio 1county people during the Street Fair r ttto be held July 12 and 13 U S Carson Best spring Colt a 22 t Caliber rifle worth 500 J E Curtis Best rider under 14 t Shears old 250 in gold J1JsGlenn for band 100 H Griffin best lady rider any j cage locket and chain worth 1000 a E T Mason most handsome young riauy from 18 to 23 500 Most hand eome young man from 21 to 27 500 J 33 Tappanman nearest 21 years oldUuly 13 1907 watch fob worth 5 Ernest Woodward for band 100 4 Barnard Co for nicest fancy work imadeby exhibitor lace curtains worth 400 Best Jam cake rug worth 500 Cake reserved RIT Her best young man fiddl r from 10 to 17 years old 300 tE G BarrasB for band 230 lItE L Slmmerman for band 2 Carson Co sewing machine TV rth 425 for best suckling mule Moore R Crabtree for bard 5JO J William Taylor for band 130 First National Bank best saddle Ahorse to bo exhibited by lady SOO to first and 400 to second B F Saunders best trio Plymouth Jtock chickens 250 Best trio brown Leghorn chickens 250 Best trio pit Game chickens 250 M J Koown for band 100IZ W Griffin best colt general ulil dty 1 year old and undar two one twatcli 1500 L F Woerner best bushel potatoes 100M W Miller best pair Turkeys i500 Marvin Bean for oouti 500 Black Birkhoad bust harness Shorso 750 F D Baughn star brand shoes X500 to the most popular young man JDeclded in my store CUr Restaurant best lady rider over 315 years old Friday 500 Best lady adder under 15 years old Saturday 1500 Three to enter 33 L BullSngton best pair black JSangshan chickens 150 Ohio County Supply Co prettiest turnout in single or double harness JFirst premium 1000 second 500 R W King Jeweler and Optician best young lady driver 500 gold rrius I 1 C Her groceries and table sup i 1lo6nest fruit cake 5 snip Win julDg cake to go to donor RULES Tho following rules IIP vein on adopt ed by the committee and will govern the conduct of the Fair in all par tt cn1aIlIJ Xo citizen of Hartford shish hallowed to comp I either directly or IndirectlyIQl All entries the Secretary before 10 a m on thO Mitrt lay of the fair III No perron snail compete for X premium who does not reside in Ohio county nor ca11 aay Hiiinihl b exhibited not produced in OhioIU U 11illi articles after u lug txhib ed shall be returned to the owner un JM otherwise stipulated by of exhibit- V hrmI All premiums shall rfl1Ia pc 82M on of person giving same ui tll 4 oclock p m on last dy ft fair VI There hall be no entry fee nnrgrd for any ring VII Tho Executive board shall sr PCt the judges to decide all rings in contest but no judge shall bo a ctl 24n of Hartford VIII The Secretary shall keep p record of all the entries and the acs of the Executive Board and upon H1I award of any premium by the judges he shall issue bts warrant on the tr eon offering said premium for same a He shan also assist In counting the TOr in any contest for premium IX No ono but farmers who are z citizens of Ohio county shall act up z on te Executive Board f X Np outside entuaemsuts or ev tortalnimnts will ba allowed on the fctrccs during the fair and no lunch freshment stand will be allowed cv ac streets RossBennett Wedding Mr Charles Ross und MiSS Jesse Bennett were quietly marritd Wednes day evening at the home of Mrs James Maddox on Lewis street Only a few relatives and friends wore present F Rov R H Crossfield performed the ceremony Owensboro Inquirer Miss Bennett is a daughter of Mr C C Bennett deceased who was born and raised near Beda and was for years n resident of Hartford Tho congratulationsT 0 l PRIZE POTATOES Excellent Quality of Tutors Grow- Under Straw The accompanying Illustration is from a photograph made at the 1000 Illinois state fair and the potatoes shown a prize winning samples from my collection of fortyfive varieties grown that were shown at the state fair last fall I was awarded first prizo for best and largest collection and also took fifteen first prizes on single ex hibits out of a list of seventeen The potatoes here shown as well as my entire crop were grown under straw Some of the prize winning va rieties are Rural New Yorker No 2 Carmen No3 Sir Walter Raleigh j I I i j NJlliSjA FEW MUZE wx I Banner Burpees Eureka Early Ohio Worlds Fair and Snowflake Last year was an exceptionally good year for potatoes grown under straw The tubers are smoother and more unl formly large and of better quality than I have seen for years I think tho farmers of St Clair county grow more potatoes under straw than any other county In the state and perhaps in the United States Thousands of bushels of these potatoes are shipped from Belleville to other points In the county and to the St Louis market Hun I dreds of bushels are also peddled out to private customers The keeping and eating qualities of my potatoes excelleutSi IKaffir Corn In Kansas und the nonsac chorine varieties of sorghum enduro drought better than corn and are also lens susceptible to the Injurious Influ ences of hot winds It Is believed thutI Incur corn and certain other nonsac chorIne forms possess greater powers of drought and heat resistance than thoIsaccharine varieties The has been not Infrequently wade how ever especially In Kansas and other portions of the semiarid plains region that the saccharine sorghums have proved themselves fully as valuable in this respect us any of the uonsiiccha rine varieties It Is undoubtedly truu that the urea devoted to saccharine sorghums In the state of Kansas Is In creasing less rapidly than is tho urea devoted to Katllr corn This muy however be explained by the fact that Kaffir corn Is grown on a largo scale that state us a grain crop in place inI corn as well as for forage purposes Carleton U Ball Yellow Transparent Apples This transparent apple tree Is fight years old It Is a part of the Montana experiment stations young orchard The foliage Is thrifty and the treo TRANSPARENT APPLE TUBE I near Bozeman hus every appearance of being hardy says Orange Judd Farmer It comes into bearing rap Idly Transparent apples are highly prized HH autumn table fruit The Range Transformed The passing of the range and its ex tensive herds of cattle has been freely predicted and no doubt will evmtually take place That vast acreages of range country arc being transformed Into farms is a matter of common knowledge That the southwestern uttlciii is becoming mpre familiar with the value of his available feeds for fattening cattle is evident which no doubt will result in more feeding or finishing of cattle in that section of the country Notwithstanding these facts there is more or less uncertainty surrounding the extent and the naturo of the future cattle business on tho numerous farms resulting from tho subdivision of the extensive ranges H W Mumford f c I h CABBAGE IS KING The Immense Shipments That Art Made From South Texas Cotton Is king of a vast domain throughout the south but hero and there his sway has been disputed and the scepter bos passed away from his palsied hand In certain outlying prov thenGalveston to Brownsville from which Immense dally shipments of berrles onions cabbage and other truck are ronow being shipped In carloads and trainloads Having been closely Identl Oed with the beginnings of these ship ments having watched and assisted them for some years we feel proud of Ithe success these pioneers have achiev ed in establishing a new and profitable Industry The Crop The winter cabbage crop Is worth from 40 to 200 per acre depending on fertility of land and the skill of the grower Yields of 15000 pounds are common This at a net price of 1 cent per pound or 1 per 100 pounds repre sents 150 per acre Higher yields have reached 30000 pounds When the plants have been carefully grown In the cold frames and transplanted to tho rich fields In early fall the yields often exceed 15000 pounds to the acre When seed aro drilled In the fields where plants are to stand until maturity a larger area can be tended per man but tile yield usually falls short lot those above Indicated This Is not always the case We have seen sonic rich and especially well prepared land on which the seed were drilled turn oft 20000 pounds per acre IInMuch Demand demand for this winter cabbage from all parts of tho country tileIment of the cabbage crop during one week of March at that point alone un der the heading Cabbage Is King IiThe vegetable shipping business Is up in earnest again at Corpus Christi the produce rolling out now by the carload as well as by express dully the total carloads shipped so far this season being fifty cars straight cabbage and five cars mixed making seventy two cars cabbage and twenty cars mixed vegetables to ditto of average weight of produce In car of 22000 pounds and the cry Is And still they come Nine straight carloads rolled out of Corpus ChrIsti WednesdayTexas Farm and Ranch BACK TO THE FARM For Real Living Under the Clean Sky In Quiet and Content On the streets of one of our largo western cities a few days ago the writer met an old farmer lIe looked quite like a fish out of water and the conversation that followed lsbowcd that his appearance did not belle his situation He said that after making a great success on the farm he hud re cityflintHon of his sons to after he had been reasonably content but after a few years when the young people had finished their schooling gone Into business for themselves and married he began to find city life In tolerableI the noise the dirt the smoke and the perpetual excitement hurry and worry he exclaimed I long for the country lun going out to the farm again I shall surround myself with the things I like horses cattle hogs chickens etcand spend my old age under the clean sky In quiet and content My wife held out for n long time desiring to be near the children but last week she decided for the farm and thank God we are going buck The experience of this good fricpd was typical No life is sounder sweeter or better than that of tho farip He who has known Its Joys may be happy amid other surroundings If provided with congenial occupation but when- he has nothing to do the changed situ anon becomes unbearable The city- los Its attractions and advantages but i for real living anti rational enjoyment af Gods good gifts to man give us tho- farm every time It Is the best place to live the best place to grow old and j the best place to die Iowa Homo stead t Farms In Virginia It also remains true that the ratio of farms selling to farms for sale Is ex ceedliigly small and that In many parts of Virginia five times us much land can bo bought for 5 an acre as can bo sold at 25 an acre But even if every farm in the state could be sold for two or three times as much as It was assessed at a few years ago this would not necessarily bring correspond ing benefit to the owners for most of our farmers unable In any other calling to support their families would still find It to their advantage to hold on to their land Southern Planter The Gain In Liming Land The Maryland experiment station notes that In some tests of the value of liming tho soil the limed plot gave a better yield In every case than tho unlined ono and that the average net return was 450 per acre per year While this may seem to be small at first yet when appl6d to a 100 or a 150 acre farm It would mean from 450 to 000 more for each farm annually In the Weeds and Grass The coming of the first weeds in the garden Inaugurates a constant struggle that must be kept up for weeks and requires the cultivator and the plofr to be over on tho move As the land bo comes vacant sow corn or plant sweet I potatoes draws or vines Keep the I strawberries as free from grass and coco or knob grass as possible I THE MULBERRY It U Considered Worthy of a More Ex tended Culture The mulberry has several valuable features which according to a recent bulletin from the North Carolina sta tion makes It worthy of a more ex tended culture In the home grounds than is at present given to It To begin with the fruit will grow successfully on nearly any kind of soil doing beet probably on moist sandy loams The tree is a rapid vigorous grower requires practically no culture makes on ornamental shade tree and some of the better varieties will yield from ten to twelve bushels of fruit per season A valuable feature of the fruit Is that it ripens almost continuously over a period of two to four months every year The fruit is greatly relish ed by hogs and poultry Birds prefer It to cherries or strawberries and when planted In the vicinity of these fruits It serves as a protection to them For Planting About the Farm From the standpoint of fruit produc tion the North Carolina station recom mends the following varieties for plant log about the farm Now American Black English Stubbs and Townsend of the black fruited varieties and White English and White Russian of the white fruited sorts The Black English Is considered as one of tho most satisfactory varieties for planting In North Carolina White Fruited VarietielIOf tho white fruited varieties lecomI men ed by the North Carolina station White English Is considered by far the best It Is a heavy bearer producing sweet medium sized fruits of good quality from May to July Tho White Russian seems to be a small bushy very hardy sort and quite productive The fruit Is of medium size whitec very sweet and of fair quality The season Is from May to June In addition to tho use of mulberries as a fruit the leaves constitute the chief food of the silkworm Mulberries are propagated from seeds or by grafting budding layer ing and cuttings Worms In Fowls For worms In fowls feed a mash food each morning for a week contain ing a liberal amount of freshly crush ed garlic bulbs or If you cannot ob tain them good strong raw onions Use as much of this In the mash as you can get the birds to eat readily Disinfect all droppings with a 2 percent solution of sulphuric acid Burn up all litter material and thoroughly disinfect your poultry houses If you leave droppings lying about they will be scratched over by other birds and these will become affected also SAMUEL T SMITH FILES SCHEDULE i In The Bankrupt Proceedings Against Him in Federal Court Owensboro Ky June 25Sam T Smith of Ohio county filed yesterday the following schedule of assets and liabilities with the United States clerk at Louisville Liabilities Rockport Deposit bank Rockport Ky note 825 Bank of Hartford Hartford Ky note 950 Central City Deposit bank of Central City note 500 Hill Bros Ceralvo Ky not 1038 open accounts for merchandise In Louisville and EansI villo and pny8lclansservlces201206 Rockport Deposit bank RockportKy accommodation paper 1C- OAssots Stock in general storo at Ce ralvo Ky 2400 household furniture 180 wearing apparel 20 chows In action thin two in number in sums ranging from 1 to 77- MAGAN June 25Dro Fuqua filled his regular appointment at Pleasant Hill Sat urday and Sunday Those who attended from a distance were Miss Ef u fie Wimsatt and Herbert GrnhuinNar rows Mr Herbert Ralph and sister Miss Hellen of Dundee Mr James Coppngo and Albert Baughn Hartford Mra James Coleman is on the sick listThe Infant child of Mr Samford My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you 1 Then wh tThat would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home i Fasten it tightly to your scalp I You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress- Ing It is a hair medicine a I hair tonic a hair food The best kind of testimonial Sold for over sixty years 3t t by t O Aywr OoM Lowell KM j1DrSARPILLSSAPARILLA Jo 11nl tt y w FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION 1 TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPERS TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rus r Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Main moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever tho most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough rlvjfi and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We lib not desire to invite any trouble on the ago question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make theItrip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime in the rD10nth of September and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestown one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense including railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid in subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or c advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will bo allowed to vote for a candidate residing In any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence A coupon will be printed in each issue of Tho Republican and when clip ped and sent to our office will be counted as five votes for the candidate r whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will bo furnished J to any ono on application The names and standing of the va rious candidates will be printed in these columns from time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March 18 i Select your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible way o NOT GOOD AFTER JULY 1 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss officerby4tGreer is quite sIckIMrs Coleman been sick for some time is better Mr James Westerfield and daughter Mrs A C Baughn and son Master Alfred spent Sunday night with Mrs F D Baughn Hartford Mr Albert Baughn of Hartford who spent last week with relaives at this place returned home Sunday Mr Lilly who is making a geologi cal survey of the county is stopping with Mr J W Muffett Dr O W Edge who is attending the MeUIcal College at Loulsvillewas the guest of hIs mother Saturday and Sunday This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats tin matter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy Is aching naughty old pain go away Cascasweet mother must give her then shell be bright as the day It is sold hero by all druggists m Kentucky Field Trial Association The Kentucky Field Trial Association was organized June 8 Mr M M Bardwell of McHenry was elected President and Mr W F Broker of Louisville was chosen Secretary The Association will hold Its first annual meeting beginning November 19 The meeting will be held in Ohio county and probably near Hartford There are now something near three hun dred members and about two hun dred moro will be ndmitUed Our townsman Mr Z Wayne Griffin in member of fife Board of Govern ors The first meeting promises to draw a largo attendance RENDER Juno 25David Watkins and Dick Haskins of Central City and Mrs Dorothy Barrass and son of Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday C M Baggerly of Louisville and W S Vlck of Owensboro werehere last Thursday Clarence Bosket was In Beaver Dam on Business last Thursday Herman Render and Dave Fisher went to Graham Friday t I P Barnard of Louisvile and Jno F Hocker of Cleaton and Salem Baker of Taylor Mines were here FridayMisses Pearlle Tinsley and Isabel Fair spent the tiny in Hartford Satur day Miss Sallle Harvey went to Leitch field Saturday H P Taylor and son John of Hartford and W 0 Smith of Cen tral City were here Saturday Simon Jones spent Saturday and Sunday in Central City Mr and Mrs Geo Edwards went to Horton Sunday Chester L Loney spent tho day in Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs R N Mitchell of Mercer Station were the guests of Mr and Mrs L Francis Sunday Miss Minnie Lee Tinsley was in n t y Taylor Mines Sunday Misses Carrie and Edle Roll ed home from Central City returniton yesterday after a visit weeksMrs Mary Hines went to Cleaton and South Carrollton for jfew days visit Mr and Mrs Earl Abner of BeaverLDam were here yesterday Jno Hoskins and Robert McDowell were In Central City today Miss Nellie Harris has returned from k Drakesboro and Sacramento after a i two weeks vacation Miss Lucye James has returned from Central City and Mammoth Cave af ter a two weeks vacation Notice to Contracts Sealed bids will be accepted by the trustees of Excelsior district No 36 until July 6 1907 for the erection of a school house Specifications can be had from the trustees cash will be paid when house is accepted J P McCOY o W P LEACH ELMER BARNARD Trustees Clover Hay Sells High t lHopkinsvillo Ky June 4Thehighest prices of the season were paid here for clover hay this week several loads of this years cutting being sold for 20 per ton This is about 3 per ton above the market quotations but that which was sold at this fig YJtheclover will bo much better in every way than had been expected Tho cold weather caused it to suffer heav ily but the warm weather a11 lsub J shine have brought It out wonderful ly At the prices now being paid the fftfSers will come out wlnnersevon ifnhe yield is short of the average aa clover hay has been known to sell as low as 6 per ton SoldoOn Monday July 1st at 1 oclock p m I will sell my farm situated ou the Hartford and Beaver Dam Plkl f publieinto lots containing from 2 to 50 acres citylimits rr recently sold at such fine prices the house has 7 rooms is in excellent re pair and will be sold with 10 acres ground on which are 2 jcistern all necessary out blllding and orchard This will make an idealtsuburban home ln easy reach of Hart j ford College A 20 acre plot and 50iacre plot will make good small farms WIng Indicatedto rejeot bids Terms 13 cash bal 1tereatSale will I IFRANKr fya